167 East 69th Street

167 East 69th Street

New York USA
40.7681715 -73.9623753
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$18,950,000
Plot
25' x 100'
Building
25' x 80'
Stories
3.5
Est. Square Feet
7,200 ft2
Rooms
13
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
3
Powder Rooms
1
Annual Taxes
$132,424
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Lexington and Third Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
25'-Wide
Curb Cut
Grand Ceiling Heights
Light on 4 Sides
Fairfax & Sammons Interior
Terrace
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$18,950,000
Plot
25' x 100'
Building
25' x 80'
Stories
3.5
Est. Square Feet
7,200 ft2
Rooms
13
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
3
Powder Rooms
1
Annual Taxes
$132,424
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Lexington and Third Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
25'-Wide
Curb Cut
Grand Ceiling Heights
Light on 4 Sides
Fairfax & Sammons Interior
Terrace

167 East 69th Street is a rare 25’ wide carriage house with a beautiful modified neo-georgian facade sitting on one of Manhattan's finest blocks. Dating back to 1908, this home underwent a complete re-design by Fairfax and Sammons and is filled with beautiful custom millwork and original detailing throughout. The home spans over 7,000 square feet and is currently configured as a five bedroom triplex with a ground floor studio space, garage, and mezzanine.

Upon entering you are greeted by the massive studio boasting dramatic 14.5ft ceiling heights with multiple skylights lining the left side of the building. This could be left as is for any creative to make use of, or could easily be transformed into a grand recreation floor with a basketball court, gym, home theatre, etc. This space is truly unique and has endless possibilities for any user. The parlor floor above features an incredible great hall with the staircase wrapping around the outer edges of the home. Beautiful tall arch windows line the left side of the room and are followed by a massive skylight allowing for maximum sunlight throughout. The charming living space at the front is complete with a wood burning fireplace. The open chef’s kitchen is found in the rear overlooking the 400 square foot landscaped outdoor terrace.

On the third floor you will find the large master suite with an ensuite bath, three additional bedrooms, and a full bath with dual sinks. The setback found on the top floor has two additional bedrooms and full bath. There is also potential to create a roofdeck for additional outdoor space.

Artistic provenance on the block includes the former studio of Mark Rothko and home of art dealer Larry Gagosian, and the property itself had been used for close to half a century by the Sculpture Center. This is truly a rare opportunity to own one of the most unique single-family homes with a curb cut on the Upper East Side.

167 East 69th Street is a rare 25’ wide carriage house with a beautiful modified neo-georgian facade sitting on one of Manhattan's finest blocks. Dating back to 1908, this home underwent a complete re-design by Fairfax and Sammons and is filled with beautiful custom millwork and original detailing throughout. The home spans over 7,000 square feet and is currently configured as a five bedroom triplex with a ground floor studio space, garage, and mezzanine.

Upon entering you are greeted by the massive studio boasting dramatic 14.5ft ceiling heights with multiple skylights lining the left side of the building. This could be left as is for any creative to make use of, or could easily be transformed into a grand recreation floor with a basketball court, gym, home theatre, etc. This space is truly unique and has endless possibilities for any user. The parlor floor above features an incredible great hall with the staircase wrapping around the outer edges of the home. Beautiful tall arch windows line the left side of the room and are followed by a massive skylight allowing for maximum sunlight throughout. The charming living space at the front is complete with a wood burning fireplace. The open chef’s kitchen is found in the rear overlooking the 400 square foot landscaped outdoor terrace.

On the third floor you will find the large master suite with an ensuite bath, three additional bedrooms, and a full bath with dual sinks. The setback found on the top floor has two additional bedrooms and full bath. There is also potential to create a roofdeck for additional outdoor space.

Artistic provenance on the block includes the former studio of Mark Rothko and home of art dealer Larry Gagosian, and the property itself had been used for close to half a century by the Sculpture Center. This is truly a rare opportunity to own one of the most unique single-family homes with a curb cut on the Upper East Side.