Townhouse Report Created: Monday, April 03, 2017 - Listings Shown: 3
174 East 70th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 585136
Price: $11,200,000
Approx Sq Ft: 4,150
Sect: Upper East Side
Through a gated entrance, on a beautiful tree lined townhouse block, sits 174 East 70th, a pristine, elegant yet warm and inviting townhome. Immediately you are struck by the welcoming and cheerful atmosphere throughout!

The first floor has an enchanting approx. 950 landscaped south facing garden patio complete with grill, private sitting areas and ample space for entertaining. The fully equipped gourmet chef's kitchen and breakfast area have custom cabinetry, walk in pantry, Caesarstone countertops and a new La Cornue stove. There is a nicely proportioned formal dining room and powder room as well.

The parlor floor is breathtaking featuring dramatic 12' ceilings. The floor to ceiling windows, providing ample light, have been beautifully preserved throughout the renovation, an exquisite detail. The oversized living room has a gas fireplace. The library is lined with antique wood paneling, bookcases, and a wall wide southern facing palladium window which overlooks the picturesque garden.

The Master Suite spans across the entire third floor boasting a large master bedroom, a bathroom for each and walk-in closets and dressing room.

Located on the fourth and fifth floor are three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and large closets, a den/additional bedroom, and a laundry room.

This home is 17 ft. 6 in. wide and 46 ft. deep, approx. 4,150 square feet across five floors. The Kitchen and all bathrooms are newly renovated, the living room and library are wired for a sound system, and there is an alarm system and door entry system for all five floor, five zone cooling and heating and recently replaced furnace.
54 West 9th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 164925
Price: $10,977,700
Floors: 5
Approx Sq Ft: 4,930
Nghbd: Greenwich Village
Perfectly located at the heart of Greenwich Village's coveted Gold Coast, between 5th and 6th Avenues, this 5 story, Anglo-Italianate townhouse offers the opportunity to create a stunning and perfectly proportioned single family home. Currently configured as five floor-thru, market-rate apartments, this well maintained house retains impeccable original details throughout, including marble fireplaces, plaster cornices, moldings and ceiling medallions, an arched double entry door, and generous ceiling heights on the upper floors. The rare, center hall configuration of the house, whereby an elegantly curved original staircase sits between, not alongside, the principal rooms, means that almost every room in the house is full-width. The beautifully landscaped garden is accessed from both the garden level and the first (or ground) floor, allowing for many possible configurations and choices of where to locate a large eat-in chef's kitchen. The main parlor floor is actually the second, above the raised entry level, and boasts the most generously proportioned rooms and floor to ceiling French doors opening onto a balcony with wrought-iron railings. With excellent scale, the house can easily accommodate: 4 or 5 bedrooms with baths en-suite; a grand parlor floor with 2 reception rooms (a living room and a library or formal dining room) and a dramatic sweep from the front to the rear windows of the house; a huge eat-in chef's kitchen; a media or family room/den; a luxuriously scaled master suite with a fabulous dressing room and an enormous master bath. All of this could be crowned by a planted and furnished roof deck with skyline and Village views to the south, west and northeast. The house is 17-foot wide and 58-foot deep on a 94-foot lot, 54 West 9th Street was constructed in 1853 by Reuben R. Wood for a wealthy tobacco merchant. The Greenwich Village Historic District designation report lists the group of three Anglo-Italianate brownstones built by Wood at 54, 56 & 58 West 9th Street as among the finest in the district.
123 West 119th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 581517
Price: $4,150,000
Floors: 5
Approx Sq Ft: 5,700
Sect: Upper West Side
EXCLUSIVE TOWN HOME (WITH ADDED PENTHOUSE LEVEL) historic residence, this 20-foot wide, six-level, meticulously restored, 5700 SF Townhouse on West 119th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard is in the Mount Morris Park Historic District, and on one of the most sought after blocks in Upper Manhattan/Central Harlem. As it stands, this townhouse has three-units, each with separate utilities, central air and heat zoned for every floor of the building: Owner Triplex with backyard garden, 2nd Floor Apartment, and Penthouse Duplex with multiple outside terraces. $221,000 market rate income. PARTIAL OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE.The Owner Triplex features a large, open floor plan with 3200 SF of space, four original fireplaces mantles, and wood floors throughout. The Parlor floor of the Triplex has original ornamental ceilings, intricate wood-working, and a deck that overlooks and has steps down to the landscaped backyard with custom built-in grill. The Garden floor of the Triplex has three-bedrooms, which includes a Master en suite with original clawfoot tub. The Cellar floor of the Triplex has a media room and ample storage space. Additional amenities for this unit include gas-stove, microwave, dishwasher, and washer with gas-dryer.The 2nd floor Apartment is a charming floor-through two-bedroom, one-bath, 1300 SF unit with large windows, two original fireplace mantles, abundant storage, and wood floors. Additional amenities for this unit include gas-stove, microwave, dishwasher, and washer with gas-dryer.The Penthouse Duplex of this sun-drenched townhouse incorporated a new penthouse floor in 2012. This Duplex now contains three-bedrooms, two-baths, 13-foot ceilings, and an original fireplace. The Duplex has three terraces totaling over 1000 SF, which inspires quintessential outdoor city living with views of downtown Manhattan. Additional amenities for this unit also include gas-stove, microwave, dishwasher, and washer with gas-dryer.

Incredibly spacious, with a sizable garden, this luxurious, income-producing townhouse is perfectly suited in its current configuration as a large private home with two additional income apartments, or easily converted back into a single-family mansion (circa 1880s).
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