232 East 63rd Street
63 & Second Upper East Side
Nearby Subway Stations
The top floor features the residence’s gracious roof deck with open, City skyline views. Fully outfitted with a stainless steel cooking station and grill and central audio.
The home’s fifth floor was designed for entertainment. In front, a raised seat home theatre with projection screen, tufted fabric paneled walls, velvet curtains, and marble bath with custom vanity. In rear, a hand painted gold leaf wallpaper billiard and cigar room with balcony, gas fireplace, and wet bar. A maid’s room with marble powder room is a bonus to this floor.
Cove tiled moldings and two gracious bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms feature Onyx tile, full height tempered shower, and Duravit tub. An additional multipurpose room with bath add to the gracious scale of this residence.
Constituting the master bedroom floor, features include his and hers dressing rooms, rose marble baths with Duravit soaking tub and custom twin vanity with solid gold fixtures, herringbone floors, and gold leaf hand painted walls, moldings, and ceiling. The rear doubles as an office or bedroom with gas fireplace and circular balcony.
Off the sweeping staircase landing are grand ceilings, mahogany herringbone floors, and an imported stained glass window in dining area. In front, the oversized eat-in chef’s kitchen features top of the line appliances, granite floors and countertops. In rear, the entertaining room comprises an ornately designed mantle with gas fireplace, two French doors accessing a circular balcony that overlooks the garden below.
Enter into a grand foyer with a heated marble floor, Corinthian detailed columns, a sweeping two-story oval staircase and additional access to the private garage. A library and social room in the rear features an oversized marble powder room, hand painted gilded moldings, gold and crystal chandelier and mahogany wood paneling, which open onto the large south-facing garden with stone paneled parting walls, surround sound audio and gas grill.
The finished basement is an escape from New York City. Featuring an award-winning indoor pool and whirlpool with hand painted glass aqua tiles, an exercise room, sauna, and laundry facility.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.11,400
- Roof deck
- Video security
- Wood-burning fireplace
Behind the stately façade of this 25’ wide, six story home unprecedented luxury awaits. Opulence is yours - from the subterranean spa floor consisting of a full swimming pool with an aquatic therapy resistance feature, adjoining hot tub, flat screen televisions, a full gym, a massage room, sauna and steam, to the Penthouse entertaining floor with an authentic movie house cinema and a gold leaf detailed billiard room with wood burning fireplace and cigar patio topped by an open roof garden with a state of the art grilling station. This not to be believed, opulent home, has a total of five outdoor spaces, five bedrooms and twelve baths! From the moment you walk in the door from your private garage or though the solid bronze gilded doors, one lays their eyes on the finest building materials and decorative finishes offered in today’s marketplace- Venetian plaster, onyx marble, custom iron work , Brazilian cherry wood flooring and numerous hand painted gold leaf decorative accents astound the eye. A five year renovation of just under 12,000 square feet of living space has resulted in an architectural triumph. When we say “no stone has been left unturned” one will certainly understand the meaning of the term! This uber grand, larger than life, townhouse needs nothing more than your personal belongings to complete this picture of the most lavish living and entertaining property money can buy.
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Upper East Side
Upper East, from 57th Street to 110th Street, from the East River to Fifth Avenue, with Sutton Place and Carnegie Hill as separate enclaves.
The Upper East Side historically exemplifies serious landmark-type apartments but remains a neighborhood where there’s a co-op or condo for everyone. Strict co-ops (some with o’-say-can-you-see Central Park views) continue to prevail in the Upper East Side from Park to Fifth Avenues, but there are plenty of studios, one- and two-bedroom condos, and rentals on the Upper East Side as well. Luxury new condo buildings include the Laurel, with a world-class gym that would satisfy any triathlete, the Lucida, and the Brompton.