Townhouse Report Created: Sunday, April 3, 2022 - Listings Shown: 4
32 West 76th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 20262324
Price: $25,975,000
Floors: 7
Approx Sq Ft: 10,635
Sect: Upper West Side
Located on the premier Central Park block of the Upper West Side, 32 West 76th Street is an exceedingly rare offering: a 22-foot wide townhouse with a full extension that extends into an excavated cellar level, delivered with a triple-mint renovation to the highest specification and completed in 2020. Characterized by a one-of-a-kind copper clad rounded bay window, the home is situated prominently in the center of the block. Sprawling over seven stories with more than 11,100 interior square feet, the home is of a magnitude rarely seen in Manhattan real estate. It has six bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, with 3 powder rooms. There is an additional ~2,200 square feet of outdoor space, inclusive of a ground-floor loggia, multiple terraces off of the guest bedrooms, and a spectacular rooftop terrace with full outdoor kitchen and multiple seating areas. Enter up the stoop and through the entry parlor, to over 80 feet of depth on the parlor level. Soaring ceilings accentuate the lofty feel of this entertainment floor, punctuated by a wet bar, two gas fireplaces, living room and dining for more than twenty. The kitchen, at garden level, is fit for a world-renowned chef; here there is a breakfast room that can accommodate more than a dozen guests, a mud room, and an additional casual den on this level. The primary suite encompasses the entire second floor, and has luxurious double baths, clad in custom stone, and two enormous dressing rooms. A full-width office with wet bar has treeline views over West 76th Street. Above the primary floor are two levels of guest bedrooms, each with private terraces and additional dens. All bedrooms are full width and en suite, with imported fixtures. The elevator lifts up to the rooftop and has a full outdoor kitchen with gas grill, seating, dining for twelve, and a self-irrigating garden system. Views over Midtown and of the iconic San Remo take your breath away. The cellar, also fully accessible by elevator, houses amenities made possible by virtue of the extensive excavation, allowing for soaring ceiling height and additional square footage. Here you'll find a full arcade and game room, double-height basketball court, a temperature-controlled wine storage room, additional storage, and a fitness center. In a market largely populated by homes in need of work, an offering like this does not come along often. A stone's throw from Central Park, 32 West 76th Street is surrounded by boutique shops and restaurants, five-star dining, world-class schools and museums, excellent transportation, great dog parks, and of course, Central and Riverside Parks. Co-Exclusive.
214 East 18th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 18708791
Price: $9,995,000
Floors: 4
Approx Sq Ft: 5,000
Nghbd: Gramercy Park
Condition: Poor
This splendid 25 wide townhouse on a tree-lined Gramercy residential block exudes grandeur and elegance. its graciously imposing proportions are conducive to great entertaining, while the intimate spaces are inviting for more peaceful reflection and relaxation. This late Greek revival house with Italianate touches was built in 1842 by William D. Dodge and with its neighboring house is the oldest building in the Stuyvesant Square Historic district. The two houses were built for two sisters with a connecting door. The double parlor with its soaring ceilings, fiddleback Brazilian mahogany pocket doors and floor to ceiling windows overlooks a luscious south-facing planted garden surrounded by others. Replete with original detail which include ceiling and wall moldings, original staircase, handsome fireplace mantles, this remarkable house boasts additional 4 enormous bedrooms and 3 smaller ones, 4 bathrooms, 3 powder rooms. The owners of this remarkable historic home have kept its integrity intact and have continuously maintained its solid infrastructure. Truly divine and not to be missed.
116 Washington Place   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 20370127
Price: $6,995,000
Floors: 4
Approx Sq Ft: 4,650
Nghbd: Greenwich Village

Delivered Vacant, 116 Washington Place is a light-filled two-family home on a charming block with two beautiful gardens in the heart of Greenwich Village. Built by distinguished architect George F. Pelham in 1833, this Renaissance Revival townhouse is 18' wide, with approximately 4,650 interior sf and 1,260 exterior sf between the garden and roof deck.

Currently configured with two duplex units, this is a special opportunity for live-in + investment or single family. The property also has mixed-use zoning allowing for office or business use and enjoys very low taxes at $38,781/year as of February 2022.


The lower-duplex has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, two large living rooms, a dining area and an expansive private garden off the kitchen. With the parlor floor's ceiling reaching nearly 11' and large windows, this apartment gets beautiful light throughout the day. There is also a picturesque window seat that adds to the charm. There is a washer/dryer and ample storage in the basement.


The upper-duplex features a gracious living room, library, two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. This apartment also has high ceilings, three beautiful skylights, a washer/dryer, two gas fireplaces and a 17' x 38' landscaped green roof and deck with stunning views. The roof is reached via a staircase from the fourth floor and features a wet bar for entertaining. The renovated, eat-in kitchen is flooded with light from four southern facing windows and a large skylight.

116 Washington Place is tastefully finished and offers the best in townhouse living. This elegant home is located in the heart of the Village, just moments away from the Village's acclaimed restaurants, parks, schools, and eight subway lines.
169 East 64th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 21445114
Price: $6,600,000
Floors: 4
Approx Sq Ft: 3,988
Sect: Upper East Side
Originally constructed in 1899, this dignified single-family townhouse offers nearly 4,000 square feet and 4 and a half stories of space plus a full basement. The home is set on a beautiful, historic, tree-lined, Upper East Side block. The garden level enters into a warm foyer, containing a working wood-burning fireplace, which leads the way up to the parlor floor or into the kitchen and formal dining room. The dining room contains glass french doors that lead into an extremely private and impressive garden. On the parlor floor resides the formal living room with a butlers pantry and a library with wood-paneled walls and floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The living room boasts 11' 10" ceiling heights, a double pocket door entryway, and a wood-burning fireplace. The third floor has two gracious bedrooms, each with its own wood-burning fireplace and large closets. On the fourth floor, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Each bedroom features large windows that flood the rooms with light and draw attention to the intricate crown molding found throughout the home. Up the stairs, you will find a bonus room that can be used as a recreation room or exercise area and a rooftop deck with wonderful city views. The home is sited on Manhattan's Upper East Side and enjoys proximity to world-renowned cultural institutions, the finest private schools, amazing restaurants, and Central Park.
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