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WEB ID: 5706458

154 East 63rd Street Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY 10065

Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY 10065

sold | Multi-Family Townhouse | Built in 1899

4 beds
7 baths
outdoor space
$15,250,000
  • Annual Tax: $136,039.00

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sold
WEB ID: 5706458

154 East 63rd Street Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY 10065

Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY 10065

sold | Multi-Family Townhouse | Built in 1899

4 beds
7 baths
outdoor space
$15,250,000
  • Annual Tax: $136,039.00

The Details

About 154 East 63rd Street, Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY 10065

Between Lexington Avenue & Third Avenue
This exceptionally elegant and meticulous 32’ wide home with double garage and elevator is ideally situated midblock on one of the most architecturally significant townhouse streets on the Upper East Side. Originally the seamless combination of two houses in 1915 by British-born American architect Frederick Sterner, also the architect for the Greenbrier Hotel in West Virginia, the home was subsequently remodeled b...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran

key features

  • Central air
  • Elevator
  • Garden
  • Courtyard
  • Garden
  • Certificate of Occupancy - YES
  • Fireplaces - 8
  • Listing agents

    Upper East Side

    An address on the Upper East Side has been a desirable asset for centuries. Names like Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Schermerhorn, and Lenox — ones familiar to anyone traveling around the city today — all secured their spot at one time or another. What was once vast farmland became subdivided by NYC’s street grid in the 19th century. Subsequently, construction began on the first wave of iconic apartments and townhouses, many of which continue to captivate us today. Removal of elevated train lines in the 1950s opened up even more rarefied air for New Yorkers to occupy, but worry not: extensive subway service continues to run beneath these glorious streets. Elegant prewar buildings. Stunning Central Park vistas. Iconic cultural institutions. Endless shopping options. The setting of countless books, films, and television shows. For those living there, however, it’s all those things and more: it’s home.

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    about the building

    154 East 63rd Street

    Multi-Family Townhouse in Upper East Side

    Between Lexington Avenue & Third Avenue

    • 2 UNITS
    • 5 STORIES
    • 1899 BUILT
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    about the building

    154 East 63rd Street

    Multi-Family Townhouse in Upper East Side

    Between Lexington Avenue & Third Avenue

    • 2 UNITS
    • 5 STORIES
    • 1899 BUILT

    Building Sales History

    Sales History for 154 East 63rd Street

    datepricelisting status
    04/22/2020$15,250,000Sold (asking: $21,800,000 -30.0%)
    08/03/1992$3,790,000Sold (asking: $5,500,000 -31.1%)
    • 30 Years Fixed
    • 20 Years Fixed
    • 15 Years Fixed
    • 7 Years Fixed
    • 5 Years Fixed

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    Total$80,606.84/Month
    • Principal & Interest$69,270.26
    • Property Taxes$11,336.58
    • Maintenance / Common Charges0
    These values are approximated. For any further information, please contact an agent.
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    All information furnished regarding property for sale, rental or financing is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to the accuracy thereof and same is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental or other conditions, prior sale, lease or financing or withdrawal without notice. All dimensions are approximate. For exact dimensions, you must hire your own architect or engineer. Images may be digitally enhanced photos, virtually staged photos, artists' renderings of future conditions, or otherwise modified, and therefore may not necessarily reflect actual site conditions. Accordingly, interested parties must confirm actual site conditions for themselves, in person.