29 West 75th Street

29 West 75th Street

New York USA
40.778958 -73.975793
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
  • Price
  • Plot
  • Building
  • Ownership
  • Built
  • Stories
  • Est. Square Feet
  • Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Annual Taxes
  • $17,999,999
  • 22' x 102'
  • 22' x 87'
  • Townhouse
  • 1892
  • 5
  • 9,800 ft2
  • 16
  • 7
  • 8
  • $29,146
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
  • Between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
  • 22-wide
  • Terrace
  • Custom Chef's Kitchen
  • Six Wood Burning Fireplaces
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
  • Price
  • Plot
  • Building
  • Ownership
  • Built
  • Stories
  • Est. Square Feet
  • Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
  • Annual Taxes
  • $17,999,999
  • 22' x 102'
  • 22' x 87'
  • Townhouse
  • 1892
  • 5
  • 9,800 ft2
  • 16
  • 7
  • 8
  • $29,146
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
  • Between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
  • 22-wide
  • Terrace
  • Custom Chef's Kitchen
  • Six Wood Burning Fireplaces


Upon entering 29 West 75th Street, one immediately feels the grandeur of the space and the quality and attention to detail present in the impeccable renovation of this Upper West Side mansion. Designed by the architect George M. Walgrove in the Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1892 with a brownstone facade and a metal cornice, the townhouse contains approximately 9,800 square feet of interior space spread across six floors. There are seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a formal and informal living room, a dining room, a den, a library, a family room, a media room, an office, an elevator, an eat-in kitchen, and a spacious, light and airy terrace located atop the expansive, three story, 28' deep extension. The owners spared no expense in imbuing the home with impressive design elements including:

- handcrafted, intricate, crown, ceiling medallion, and French panel plaster moldings and ceiling tiles

- handcrafted and aged walnut French parquet, chevron, and herringbone flooring

- handmade marble mosaic tile in entry vestibule and marble flooring in parlor foyer

- marble bathrooms with handmade mosaics in every bathroom

- custom made European designer lighting fixtures

- polished nickel French window hardware, olive knuckle door hinges and English door hardware

- fireplace mantels originated from 18th century French chateaux

- library paneling and kitchen cabinetry made from master furniture maker in rare Macassar ebony wood

- plaster walls finished by craftsmen utilizing traditional European methods

- Crestron system integrating audio/video, climate control. lighting and security functionality

- noise reducing sound isolation system incorporated into framing and construction of walls, floors, and ceilings

Located on a beautiful tree-lined block just steps from Central Park and in close proximity to Lincoln Center, this magnificent town home is truly a modern masterpiece.

Click here for a virtual tour of the property.




Richard Pretsfelder - Leslie J. Garfield & Co
Richard Pretsfelder
Sophie Smadbeck - Leslie J. Garfield & Co
Sophie Smadbeck


Upon entering 29 West 75th Street, one immediately feels the grandeur of the space and the quality and attention to detail present in the impeccable renovation of this Upper West Side mansion. Designed by the architect George M. Walgrove in the Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1892 with a brownstone facade and a metal cornice, the townhouse contains approximately 9,800 square feet of interior space spread across six floors. There are seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a formal and informal living room, a dining room, a den, a library, a family room, a media room, an office, an elevator, an eat-in kitchen, and a spacious, light and airy terrace located atop the expansive, three story, 28' deep extension. The owners spared no expense in imbuing the home with impressive design elements including:

- handcrafted, intricate, crown, ceiling medallion, and French panel plaster moldings and ceiling tiles

- handcrafted and aged walnut French parquet, chevron, and herringbone flooring

- handmade marble mosaic tile in entry vestibule and marble flooring in parlor foyer

- marble bathrooms with handmade mosaics in every bathroom

- custom made European designer lighting fixtures

- polished nickel French window hardware, olive knuckle door hinges and English door hardware

- fireplace mantels originated from 18th century French chateaux

- library paneling and kitchen cabinetry made from master furniture maker in rare Macassar ebony wood

- plaster walls finished by craftsmen utilizing traditional European methods

- Crestron system integrating audio/video, climate control. lighting and security functionality

- noise reducing sound isolation system incorporated into framing and construction of walls, floors, and ceilings

Located on a beautiful tree-lined block just steps from Central Park and in close proximity to Lincoln Center, this magnificent town home is truly a modern masterpiece.

Click here for a virtual tour of the property.