119 East 95th Street

119 East 95th Street

New York USA
40.785701 -73.9521813
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$4,950,000
Plot
16' x 52'
Building
16' x 100.67'
Build Date
1915
Stories
4
Units
1
Est. SqFt
3,308
Rooms
8
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
4
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between Park and Lexington Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Situated on a beautiful Carnegie Hill Street lined with 27 single family homes
Abundant original character
Large north facing garden
Unused intact FAR
Two Entrances
Prewar
Patio
Pets
Storage
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$4,950,000
Plot
16' x 52'
Building
16' x 100.67'
Build Date
1915
Stories
4
Units
1
Est. SqFt
3,308
Rooms
8
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
4
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between Park and Lexington Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Situated on a beautiful Carnegie Hill Street lined with 27 single family homes
Abundant original character
Large north facing garden
Unused intact FAR
Two Entrances
Prewar
Patio
Pets
Storage

Situated on the north side of 95th street between Park and Lexington Avenues sits 119 East 95th Street, a classic four story single family home on a premiere Carnegie Hill block lined with 27 single family homes.

For the first time in 63 years, this lovely townhouse which was gifted to a local synagogue in 1955, is for sale. A classic brownstone in every sense of the word, this four bedroom home sits on one of the prettiest tree-lined blocks in Carnegie Hill's landmark district. Ownership on this block boasts membership to the Goat Hill Association, a close knit neighborhood group of 27 single family townhouses which includes a neighborhood crime watch. There is abundant original character throughout, and a large north facing garden.

This home has two entrances. The ground floor takes you into an entry foyer, a front dining room and a large rear kitchen with access to the large north facing garden. There is a powder room on this floor. The stooped entrance brings you into a lovely vestibule, with a front sitting room, and a gracious, well proportioned living room in the rear. The master bedroom sits on the front of the third floor with a large set of closets in the center, and an office/sitting room in the rear with a full bathroom. The top floor is divided into a three bedrooms, one in the front, one in the center and a third bedroom in the rear. There is a full bathroom on this floor.

Home is gas heated. Renovation is required, and there is FAR intact to expand the existing square footage.





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Situated on the north side of 95th street between Park and Lexington Avenues sits 119 East 95th Street, a classic four story single family home on a premiere Carnegie Hill block lined with 27 single family homes.

For the first time in 63 years, this lovely townhouse which was gifted to a local synagogue in 1955, is for sale. A classic brownstone in every sense of the word, this four bedroom home sits on one of the prettiest tree-lined blocks in Carnegie Hill's landmark district. Ownership on this block boasts membership to the Goat Hill Association, a close knit neighborhood group of 27 single family townhouses which includes a neighborhood crime watch. There is abundant original character throughout, and a large north facing garden.

This home has two entrances. The ground floor takes you into an entry foyer, a front dining room and a large rear kitchen with access to the large north facing garden. There is a powder room on this floor. The stooped entrance brings you into a lovely vestibule, with a front sitting room, and a gracious, well proportioned living room in the rear. The master bedroom sits on the front of the third floor with a large set of closets in the center, and an office/sitting room in the rear with a full bathroom. The top floor is divided into a three bedrooms, one in the front, one in the center and a third bedroom in the rear. There is a full bathroom on this floor.

Home is gas heated. Renovation is required, and there is FAR intact to expand the existing square footage.





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