Townhouse Report Created: Sunday, October 3, 2021 - Listings Shown: 4
3 East 93rd Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 200149
Price: $10,000,000
Floors: 5
Approx Sq Ft: 6,579
Sect: Upper East Side
An historic opportunity to own 3 East 93rd Street, a rare Carnegie Hill 22 foot wide landmarked townhouse just off of Fifth Avenue with endless possibilities. Offering privacy, real property ownership, potential for rooftop, garden and terraced outdoor spaces, and a chance to restore and reimagine 6,579 square feet and up to 8,860 square feet with additional FAR to your specifications. A true find just by Central Park! 3 East 93rd Street is one of six Romanesque Revival brownstones, Nos. 1 - 11, built in 1891-92 by prolific architect A.B. Ogden & Son. Ogden designed eight groups of houses in the Carnegie Hill Historic District from the mid-1880's until the early 1890's. This house has distinctive historic features such as two massive oriel bay windows across its nearly entire 22 foot width with highly ornate floral scroll patterned insets, carved stone paneling ,and a top floor row of arched windows characteristic of this period of design. A later, elegant step-down double entrance features a sunken garden with attractive brick and stone work. The interior offers many magnificent, 19th Century details, including six fireplaces, to be restored and enhanced, along with a myriad of opportunities to expand and develop the house for 21st Century needs. Delivered vacant, the house currently contains two units that can easily be returned to a single home. An owner's duplex on the bottom two floors offers a large living space with fireplace and a 22' x 35' planted garden with raised brick terrace. The top of the duplex has three bedrooms, including one with a fireplace, and nearly 13 foot ceiling with ornate, original plaster work, unspoiled moldings and pocket doors with bay window, a later Edwardian addition. An unusual glass solarium is part of the 28" lower building extension. The upper floor triplex contains a wealth of turn-of-the-19th century decorative details in a finely executed historic suite of rooms, offering grandeur and elegance in abundance. An Edwardian staircase with elaborate pierced decorative metalwork leads to a reception hall with rich burl wood paneling, built-in marble and carved mahogany credenza and other historic details, with an adjoining powder room, wet bar and closets. The living room offers a ribbon of four bow front windows across the entire South facing wall and one of six fireplaces, awaiting restoration. The dining room with beautiful plaster ceiling, elegant fireplace and original mantel features a bay window, overlooking the house garden and other neighboring restored houses. The main historic rooms have original oak flooring with elaborate basket weave borders. The kitchen occupies the approximately '15 foot extension on the third floor. Three additional bedrooms and three staff rooms occupy the fourth and fifth floors with four additional full baths. The primary bedroom with fireplace enjoys gorgeous high floor southern light through a ribbon of windows across the front facade. A terrace projects off of the back of the house on the fourth floor, built 11x16. The house is built 55" deep with a deep three story grandfathered extension on a 100 foot lot. The gross square footage is 6,579 with an opportunity to build up to 8,860 square feet based on current FAR use. Please note legal block and lot for this house is 3 - 3 1/2 East 93rd Street. Carnegie Hill is a lively community with local character and a strong neighborhood association in Manhattan's Upper East Side. It features a large landmarked historic townhouse district, proximity to Central Park, quality local eateries, an independent bookshop and a family-owned hardware store all set in a quaint historic neighborhood unlike any other in New York.
107 Bank Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 21295343
Price: $9,950,000
Floors: 3
Approx Sq Ft: 4,190
Nghbd: West Village
Originally constructed in 1846, 107 Bank Street has undergone significant renovations throughout the years while retaining period details such as the fireplace mantels and moldings. The house is configured as two duplex apartments with features that include an 1,800 square foot ground floor with high ceilings and sky lights, a large parlor floor terrace, central air conditioning and two entrances.
245 Waverly Place   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 223504
Price: $7,500,000
Floors: 3
Approx Sq Ft: 3,200
Nghbd: West Village
This Romanesque Revival style single-family townhouse was built in 1888 for John C. Barr, and designed by renowned architect William B. Tuthill.

Original details include the grand stoop which has retained its original ironwork and leads to the beautiful nine-panel rectangular doors, as well as the detailed roof cornice, which gracefully protrudes from the top of the facade.

The home, known for housing Stanley William Hayter an instrumental printmaker in the early 1950s is currently configured as four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, spread across four stories. Other notable features are a private garden, basement, formal parlor and, library.

The townhouse has been beautifully maintained and is located on one of the most desirable blocks in the West Village.
157 West 82nd Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 21293364
Price: $4,600,000
Floors: 4
Sect: Upper West Side
This incredibly rare townhouse on Manhattan's Upper West Side was built in 1900 and boasts impeccable charm and authentic prewar detail that one dreams of! Located on stunning West 82nd Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues 157 West 82nd Street is set up to be completely flexible whether you are searching for a live/work opportunity, a single family house, a live with income or a multi unit investment property! The building's dimensions are 18X 60 and it sits on a 96' deep lot with a generous garden! A member of a row of beautiful townhouses one enters 157 from either a front garden or up its impressive front stoop to its front doors and into a beautiful foyer. The garden level, parlor floor, and basement comprise a textured owner's triplex at approximately 2700sf. The garden floor features a warm living room with hearth and working fireplace, and is graced with exposed brick, original hardwood floors, and features French doors which which open to the garden, a central feature of this rare house. Adjacent to the living room there is a garden room which also opens on to the garden. The garden is 17'3 x 28'3 and is beautifully planted featuring architectural relics to enhance its personality. A windowed south facing French country kitchen looking out to the front garden with a tiled fireplace and oak mantle, beautiful hardwood floors, new French basin sink, Thermador wall mounted convection/microwave oven, mint condition cabinetry, butcher block counter tops and an impressive cook hearth with exterior ventilation featuring a new Electrolux 6 burner induction range with full sized oven. The parlor floor features soaring 11ft ceilings and is comprised of two stunning bedrooms. As a single family home these rooms might become a formal living room and dining room. The primary bedroom over looks the garden through a large picture window, and features a fireplace and a large walk in closet. A beautiful common foyer between the two bedrooms has a renovated bath and the second bedroom is ensconced in original oak paneling, features a stunning fireplace with ornate oak mantle and two large closets. These rooms are magnificent. The finished basement level has two rooms often used as bedrooms, but makes for a great office or exercise space. The smaller of the rooms contains a laundry closet with full sized washer and dryer. The larger room has stone flooring, two large closets and is great for multiple purposes. In the hall one finds a full bathroom, a walk in closet, mechanical room and large storage closet beneath the staircase. The third floor is a beautifully restored floor through one bedroom one and one half bathroom apartment that can easily be absorbed back into the the main residence. The floor is graced with high ceilings, beautiful natural light from North and South exposures, and stunning fireplaces in both the living room and bedroom. The renovated windowed kitchen is lovely and has leaded glass windowed French doors adding to the living rooms charm. The full bath is in excellent condition clad in subway tile with a shower/tub combination and pedestal sink. The second bath contains a washer dryer combination unit and the south facing king-sized bedroom is large and bright with high ceilings, beautiful windows and tree lined views. This floor easily converts to two bedrooms and two full bathrooms in a single family townhouse residence. The upper floor currently lays out as a gorgeous studio apartment with a bright south exposure, high ceilings, stunning detail, hardwood floors, fireplace with oak mantle and an open kitchen with dishwasher in excellent condition. The skylit bathroom is lovely and in mint condition. The north facing room has been sectioned off by the seller as an artists studio and boasts a great terrace. The two rooms combine to create an additional floor through one bedroom and one bathroom apartment, or combined into the home as third and fourth bedrooms. You could not find a more pleasing block than West 82nd Street. It is architecturally pleasing, lined with trees, townhouses, and prewar cooperatives, and offers a wonderful central location. Within moments you can find yourself entering Central Park or enjoying one of the many restaurants or cafes that line both Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. The house just has a special aura that personifies the ideal New York City residence.
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