556 East 87th Street

556 East 87th Street

New York USA
40.7756253 -73.9468656
Temporarily Off Market
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$3,975,000
Plot
W23.58' x D59.33'
Building
W23.58' x D45'
Ownership
Townhouse
Build Date
1883
Stories
4
Units
1
Est. SqFt
3,000
Rooms
12
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
5
Annual Taxes
$24,069
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between East End and York Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Henderson Place Historic District
Gracious Ceiling Height
Central Air Conditioning
Wood-Burning-Fireplaces
Prewar
Fireplace
Pets
Storage
Washer / Dryer
Temporarily Off Market
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$3,975,000
Plot
W23.58' x D59.33'
Building
W23.58' x D45'
Ownership
Townhouse
Build Date
1883
Stories
4
Units
1
Est. SqFt
3,000
Rooms
12
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
5
Annual Taxes
$24,069
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between East End and York Avenues
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Henderson Place Historic District
Gracious Ceiling Height
Central Air Conditioning
Wood-Burning-Fireplaces
Prewar
Fireplace
Pets
Storage
Washer / Dryer

For more information on this townhouse, please contact the exclusive listing broker, Matthew Lesser at Leslie Garfield Real Estate, at 212-574-6959 or ML@lesliegarfield.com

Located in the Henderson Place Historic District, 556 East 87th Street is a charming, four-story, single-family townhouse set on the south side of 87th Street between East End and York Avenues, steps from the highly coveted Carl Schurz Park. At approximately 3,000 square feet, 556 East 87th Street features four-bedrooms, two full bathrooms and three half baths.

This townhome features a double parlor floor with gracious ceiling heights, nearly 24’ of frontage, three exposures, two wood-burning fireplaces, central air conditioning, a formal dining room, and a quaint garden which faces the private gardens of both Henderson Place and East End Avenue. Built in the Queen Anne style, this townhouse's lovely red brick facade is accentuated by its exceptional semicircular arched parlor entry.

The Henderson Place Historic District dates back to the late 1800's and today, over a century later, it still maintains much of its original character and detail. One of the most exclusive enclaves on the Upper East Side, these homes boast some of the earliest American examples of the Queen Anne architectural style, which blended characteristics of the Elizabethan Manor House with Flemish and classic detail. While in need of updating, 556 East 87th Street offers a rare opportunity to acquire a unique and historic residence that can be reimagined and customized by a new buyer.

For more information on this townhouse, please contact the exclusive listing broker, Matthew Lesser at Leslie Garfield Real Estate, at 212-574-6959 or ML@lesliegarfield.com

Located in the Henderson Place Historic District, 556 East 87th Street is a charming, four-story, single-family townhouse set on the south side of 87th Street between East End and York Avenues, steps from the highly coveted Carl Schurz Park. At approximately 3,000 square feet, 556 East 87th Street features four-bedrooms, two full bathrooms and three half baths.

This townhome features a double parlor floor with gracious ceiling heights, nearly 24’ of frontage, three exposures, two wood-burning fireplaces, central air conditioning, a formal dining room, and a quaint garden which faces the private gardens of both Henderson Place and East End Avenue. Built in the Queen Anne style, this townhouse's lovely red brick facade is accentuated by its exceptional semicircular arched parlor entry.

The Henderson Place Historic District dates back to the late 1800's and today, over a century later, it still maintains much of its original character and detail. One of the most exclusive enclaves on the Upper East Side, these homes boast some of the earliest American examples of the Queen Anne architectural style, which blended characteristics of the Elizabethan Manor House with Flemish and classic detail. While in need of updating, 556 East 87th Street offers a rare opportunity to acquire a unique and historic residence that can be reimagined and customized by a new buyer.