131 East 64th Street
Park and Lexington Upper East Side
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Front: Storage, wine cellar and laundry room. The staircase, elevator and mechanical consist the core of the house. </p> <p> Rear: Swimming pool, full bath and a massage room..</p> <p>
Front: Family Room/Gym with a front and back terrace.</p> <p>
Front: Bedroom replete with a wood-burning fireplace and ensuite bathroom. A spiral staircase and the elevator consist the core of the house.</p> <p> Rear: Bedroom with walk-in-closet and ensuite bathroom. Playroom/additional kid’s bedroom with an ensuite bath is adjacent.</p> <p>
Front: Master Bedroom with wood-burning fireplace and oversized ensuite bath. A spiral staircase and the elevator consist the core of the house.</p> <p> Rear: Spacious his and her dressing room with beautiful cabinetry, home office with ensuite bath and a back stair.</p> <p>
Front: Jr. Master Bedroom replete with a wood-burning fireplace and ensuite bathroom. A spiral staircase and the elevator consist the core of the house. </p> <p> Rear: Bedroom with walk-in-closet and ensuite bathroom and access to an 18’ terrace. Staff room/additional kid’s bedroom with an ensuite bath is adjacent.</p> <p>
Front: Formal Living Room replete with a wood-burning fireplace. A spiral staircase, powder room and elevator consist the core of the house. .</p> <p> Rear: Formal Dining Room, Eat-in chef’s kitchen with a balcony and a back stair.</p> <p>
Front: Entry vestibule leads to a grand 30’ music hall. Adjacent to the vestibule are the coat closet on the left and a mud room on the right. A spiral staircase, powder room and elevator consist the core of the house.</p> <p>Rear: Sitting room with a large walk-in closet, 30’ bay windowed library, a back stair and an additional powder room.</p> <p>
- Approx. Sq. Ft.8,260
- Alarm system
- Exercise room
- Multi-floor laundry
- Original detail
- Video security
- Wine cellar
- Wood-burning fireplace
Magnificent Limestone Beaux-Arts Mansion
This 6-story 10,300sf single family home is situated on a tree-lined street between Park & Lexington Avenue with beautiful natural light from 3 exposures - north, south & east. Built in 1904 by Augustus N. Allen, this fully-built 20’ wide residence with its handsome facade has recently undergone a superb renovation which is reflected in every square foot of the home - from the arched main entrance to the retention of the bay windows on the second and third floors to the copper anthemion cresting roof. The social areas include the music hall and sitting room adjacent to the library, the 12’ high ceilings in the gracious second-floor living room, dining room and kitchen, and a spa area with a swimming pool and a massage room. In addition, there is approximately 1150sf of outdoor space - two terraces and roof garden.
The fourth-floor Master Suite with his-and-her baths and dressing areas include superb custom cabinetry. On the upper floors are 4 additional bedrooms each with ensuite bath, a playroom and staff room. A home office on the fourth floor and a family room on the upper floor complete this magnificent mansion.
Additional features of this building include: Elevator Access to all floors, Rooftop Terraces, Sunny Contemporary Townhouse, Limestone Mansion, Natural Wood and Stone, Rooftop Sunlit Gym, Triple Mint Condition, Wood Burning Fireplaces, Private Swimming Pool, and Windows on all 3 exposures with city vistas.
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The Upper East Side historically exemplifies serious landmark-type apartments but remains a neighborhood where a co-op or condo can be found for everyone. Strict co-ops (some with incredible 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. Newer luxury condo buildings include the Laurel, with a world-class gym that would satisfy any athlete, the Lucida, and the Brompton.