16 East 82nd Street

16 East 82nd Street

New York USA
40.778349 -73.9614852
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Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
  • Price
  • Plot
  • Building
  • Ownership
  • Built
  • Stories
  • Est. Square Feet
  • Units
  • Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Annual Taxes
  • $12,250,000
  • 25' x 102.17'
  • 25' x 57'
  • Townhouse
  • 1888
  • 5
  • 9,468 ft2
  • 7
  • 26
  • 7
  • 7
  • $118,891
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
  • Between Fifth and Madison Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
  • 25'-Wide
  • Original Details
  • Historic District
  • Grand Ceiling Heights
  • Queen-anne-architectural-style
  • Prewar
  • Fireplace
  • Patio
  • Storage
Sold
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
  • Price
  • Plot
  • Building
  • Ownership
  • Built
  • Stories
  • Est. Square Feet
  • Units
  • Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Annual Taxes
  • $12,250,000
  • 25' x 102.17'
  • 25' x 57'
  • Townhouse
  • 1888
  • 5
  • 9,468 ft2
  • 7
  • 26
  • 7
  • 7
  • $118,891
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
  • Between Fifth and Madison Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
  • 25'-Wide
  • Original Details
  • Historic District
  • Grand Ceiling Heights
  • Queen-anne-architectural-style
  • Prewar
  • Fireplace
  • Patio
  • Storage

16 East 82nd Street sits on one of the most unique blocks in Manhattan, known as the “gateway” to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Set in the heart of the Metropolitan Museum Historic District, this grand and stately townhouse was built in the Queen Anne style by builder-architect Edward Kilpatrick in 1888 and was first occupied by Van Wyck and Mary Brinckerhoff. 16 East 82nd Street is five stories tall with intricate façade details, including three round-arched windows (formerly with stoop entry), a dentiled cornice and a steep roof with two gabled dormers.

At 25' Wide and approximately 9,468 square feet of interior space, 16 East 82nd Street is currently configured as a ground floor doctor's office below six residential apartments - four free market and two rent stabilized.

This opportunity is rare and unique and the location is irreplaceable. There are 21 grand mansions on the block and this stately townhouse is only steps to Central Park and the finest of Madison Avenue's retail shops. Future uses include live with income, long-term hold of a trophy investment asset, or single-family mansion conversion.

Matthew Lesser - Leslie J. Garfield & Co
Matthew Lesser
Lydia Rosengarten - Leslie J. Garfield & Co
Lydia Rosengarten
Caylyn Sullivan - Leslie J. Garfield & Co
Caylyn Sullivan
Ravi Kantha - Leslie J. Garfield & Co
Ravi Kantha

16 East 82nd Street sits on one of the most unique blocks in Manhattan, known as the “gateway” to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Set in the heart of the Metropolitan Museum Historic District, this grand and stately townhouse was built in the Queen Anne style by builder-architect Edward Kilpatrick in 1888 and was first occupied by Van Wyck and Mary Brinckerhoff. 16 East 82nd Street is five stories tall with intricate façade details, including three round-arched windows (formerly with stoop entry), a dentiled cornice and a steep roof with two gabled dormers.

At 25' Wide and approximately 9,468 square feet of interior space, 16 East 82nd Street is currently configured as a ground floor doctor's office below six residential apartments - four free market and two rent stabilized.

This opportunity is rare and unique and the location is irreplaceable. There are 21 grand mansions on the block and this stately townhouse is only steps to Central Park and the finest of Madison Avenue's retail shops. Future uses include live with income, long-term hold of a trophy investment asset, or single-family mansion conversion.