105 East 73rd Street
72 & Park Upper East Side
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.10,000
105 E 73 St & its neighbor 107 E 73 St were originally built at the turn of the century by Grosvenor Atterbury as five story row houses w/English basements designed in the red brick Georgian style. Situated on a landmarked, beautiful tree-lined block of townhouses steps off Park Ave, this 21' foot wide home boast over 10,000+/- SF & features triple exposures, elevator, garden, numerous fireplaces and abundant closets & storage spaces. Current ownership utilizes the first two floors as a medical office & the top three floors as their residence. However, the house can be easily converted to a single family mansion.
Current Usage - Live/Work As a plastic surgeon, the current homeowner lives/works in the house. Reception area, examination rooms, offices, & a licensed operating room certified by The Joint Commission are situated on the first two floors of the house. The top three floors have been reserved for private living space w/the living room, dining room & kitchen on the 3rd floor; two bedrooms with ensuite baths & a family room on the 4th floor; & the master suite w/terrace on the top floor.
Single Family Mansion Potential: The house can be easily converted to a single family mansion w/north, south and western exposures. The sprawling home boasts over 10,000+/- SF. In line w/mansions of equal size the living room, dining room & server's kitchen can be placed together on the parlor floor. Bring your architect.
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