10 East 62nd Street
10 East 62nd Street | New York, NY 10065
On one of New Yorks most prominent blocks in Manhattans stylish upper east side sits a one- of-a-kind Gem. Located on a private tree-lined street, this beautifully renovated and landmarked limestone townhouse boasts immaculate details inside and out.
Originally designed in 1879 by Breen and Nason, the Beaux-arts mansion building was constructed in 1910 as part of a row of eight townhomes in this prominent New York City tree-lined block. After being completely restored and renovated into three units, all of which are currently rented; this townhouse makes for a unique investment property. Once the site of the distinguished Fleming School for girls, this house boasts an impressive history. Walking into the home you are transported back to a time of opulence and wealth. This mini Versailles is the closest to a French palace that New York has to offer with its vast ball room sized spaces, 10 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, 4 half baths, cathedral ceilings, and hand-painted murals no detail is left out. The 24-carat gilded gold panels and moldings truly take you back in time to feel like true royalty.
From the outside, the building impresses with its rounded arched French windows and roof. Keystone casts of beautifully sculpted faces on the second floor are also complemented by iron balconies on both the second and fifth floor. Segmental-arched windows with cartouche keystones, iron window guards, areaway and stoop railings finished off with three large dormers really attributing to the uniqueness of the outside appearance of this building.
Upon entering the main entrance through the homes ornate iron doors complete with a chandelier and marble lined lobby, the true opulence of the residence begins to shine. ... more on SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/OLRS0078016