222 East 62nd Street
Third Avenue and Second Avenue Upper East Side
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Located on the most desirable block of the Treadwell Farm historic district, this tall 20 foot wide mansion has just finished a complete two and a half year renovation establishing it as the finest house in the area. The entire back wall of the house is glass looking over an exceptional series of gardens, while the front has been completely restored to it's lovely landmarked façade. This five bedroom residence with staff quarters is serviced by an elevator from full basement to penthouse level, and it has commodious south terraces over the gardens from the full floor master suite and penthouse. The sleek interior of the house is finished to a remarkable level with the finest materials and state of the art systems including exquisite walnut paneling throughout, wide plank oak floors, radiant heated floors, Nest Thermostats, Savant Audio Video Systems and the finest stone and hardware selection. The brand new kitchen is B&B Italia with top of the line appliances with an adjoining double height dining room looking onto the beautifully planted tiered garden with bright southern exposure.This wide tree lined street is fully residential and has provided quiet sanctuary to such notable New York personalities as Martin Scorcese, Maria Bartaromo, and Tom Wolfe.
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