This handsome Town House is 5 stories high plus basement. It is located on a lovely tree lined block in the heart of Historic Carnegie Hill between Madison and Park Aves steps from Central Park and the Met. Built in 1888 to the designs of celebrated architect Frank Wennemer and then subsequently altered in 1927 by Frederick R King who worked for McKim Mead & White and incorporated many of his own details including Neo Federal style very large windows and two gracefully arched openings leading out onto the garden. The garden floor has a large informal dining area opening onto a spacious kitchen featuring a skylight and access to the lovely landscaped garden with table and chairs for alfresco dining. There is also a maids room and bathroom on this level.The Parlor floor is truly elegant with 12 Ft ceilings and the front south facing sitting room has large windows overlooking the stately Town Houses on 92nd St. This room also has a marble fire place and paneling details decorate the walls. The formal dining room on this floor also has a fire place and large windows overlooking the garden. Original parquet floors throughout. This room has been designed for entertaining with access to a wet bar with wine cooler,dishwasher,sink,fridge and a back stair case leading down to the kitchen.The third floor has space for a bedroom in the front with the large master suite complete with dressing room and full bathroom in the rear, both bedrooms have a fire place.The fourth floor has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a laundry room and two fire places.The fifth floor has two bedrooms, an office, a walk in closet and a full bathroom. There is central A/C on the first two floors and a finished basement with second laundry. This Town House is located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan close to some of the very best schools, high end retail, cultural institutions and charming restaurants. note Available August 1st. Please call with any questions. 4800 sq ft Can be shown with one days notice.
Listing Agent: Robin Bowden
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 26 West 17th St
Office Phone: 212.645.4040
Updated: 28th June, 2017 11:29 PM.
51 East 92nd St New York, NY