50 East 73rd Street

        

 

50 East 73rd Street

 

A five-story single-family elevator townhouse located on a prime block in the East 70s between Park and Madison Avenues. Built circa 1880, this outstanding home of grand proportions encompasses approximately 6,000 square feet has been renovated throughout. The renovation has incorporated the traditional layout of townhouse living with the openness and light of a modern loft environment. There is a sprawling marble gallery with a fireplace providing an impressive introduction to the residence. A grand staircase leads to the entertaining areas of the home, including a living room and a separate dining room, both with fireplaces. The windowed eat-in-kitchen has been outfitted with custom cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances from Viking, Sub-Zero and Bosch. Glass doors lead to a spectacular South-facing terrace. On the third floor, a library with tall windows overlooking the treetops features a fireplace, wonderful built-ins and a guest bath. There is also a large bedroom with an en suite bath located on this floor. The fourth floor includes a master suite with a fireplace, sitting area, vast master bath with double-sinks, a separate shower and tub, and a South-facing Sun Room. The fifth floor includes an additional generous bedroom, featuring large walk-in closets, a dressing room/sitting area, a beautifully renovated bath, and a skylight. On the main level, the home also has a family room/home gym and a sauna. There is a laundry room in the basement as well a large storage facility including a walk-in cedar closet. The home has also has state-of-the-art audio and security systems
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This listing courtesy of Corcoran Group

Property Details:

  • 50 East 73rd Street
  • Price: $8,900,000
  • Neighborhood: Upper East Side
  • Single Family Townhouse
  • Approximate Sq. Feet: 5,737
  • Listing ID: 1131545

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