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12 East 80th Street

Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
Townhouse
Per Month $52,000

This home has been rented

Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 77th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 83rd & 84th St
Essentials
Price $52,000
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 6
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 9.5
Rooms 15
Approx. Sq. Ft. 10,000
Key Features
Central Air
Dining Room
Dishwasher
Elevator
Excellent Light
Garden
Hardwood Floors
Library
Modern Kitchen
Roof Deck
Security System
Terrace
Washer/Dryer

Located on a tree-lined museum block off Fifth Avenue, 12 East 80th Street is a magnificent, single-family townhouse with an elevator serving all 8 levels (from the Garden Floor to the roof deck), total smart home technology and a sunny South garden. This superb residence affords approximately 10,000 square feet of extraordinary interior living space and an approximate 1,300 square feet of outdoor space throughout the South garden, 3 terraces and stunning roof deck. Grand windows, high ceilings throughout, and low surrounding townhouses provide this wonderful home with exceptional light and air. This impeccable townhome affords 7 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces, 3 laundry facilities and a cutting-edge smart home Savant system which controls the 14-zone HVAC system, video intercom, lighting, audio/visual and shades. A WIFI system, alarm with central station, motion security, smoke and CO2 detectors are installed throughout the building. HISTORY: Built in 1885-1886, 12 East 80th Street is the only remaining townhome of the five brownstones designed by Charles Graham & Sons for the real estate family B.A. and G.N. Williams. In 1917, Thomas Newbold purchased the residence for his daughter, Julia Appleton Newbold Cross, and her husband, William Redmond Cross. William Redmond Cross was an investment banker, president of the New York Zoological Society, and a chairman of the Council of the American Geographical Society; Mrs. Cross was president of the Horticultural Society of New York. Desiring a more fashionable house than the original brownstone residence, the couple commissioned William’s notable architect brothers, John W. Cross and Eliot Cross, to extensively alter the home’s appearance. The original brownstone designs were substituted with a red brick facade and enchanting Neo-Federal style features, including Flemish bond brickwork, characteristic arches, and cornices. The firm of Cross & Cross designed many important New York City buildings, including the Tiffany & Co. building at Fifth Avenue & 57th Street, the Barclay Hotel, the City Bank Farmer’s Trust Building, and the Church and Rectory of Notre Dame. Eliot Cross was also part of the group of builders who began the development of Sutton Place. This is a Co-Exclusive with Brown Harris Stevens.

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Upper East Side
Living in the Upper East Side
Old world elegance and new world modernity are in perfect harmony in this storied neighborhood. Famed for its 'museum mile,' which includes some of the city's most cultured institutions, the Upper East Side is also home to stylish cocktail lounges, high-end restaurants and some of the city's most celebrated upscale boutiques.
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This home has been rented

12 East 80th Street
Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $52,000
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 6
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 9.5
Rooms 15
Approx. Sq. Ft. 10,000

Located on a tree-lined museum block off Fifth Avenue, 12 East 80th Street is a magnificent, single-family townhouse with an elevator serving all 8 levels (from the Garden Floor to the roof deck), total smart home technology and a sunny South garden. This superb residence affords approximately 10,000 square feet of extraordinary interior living space and an approximate 1,300 square feet of outdoor space throughout the South garden, 3 terraces and stunning roof deck. Grand windows, high ceilings throughout, and low surrounding townhouses provide this wonderful home with exceptional light and air. This impeccable townhome affords 7 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces, 3 laundry facilities and a cutting-edge smart home Savant system which controls the 14-zone HVAC system, video intercom, lighting, audio/visual and shades. A WIFI system, alarm with central station, motion security, smoke and CO2 detectors are installed throughout the building. HISTORY: Built in 1885-1886, 12 East 80th Street is the only remaining townhome of the five brownstones designed by Charles Graham & Sons for the real estate family B.A. and G.N. Williams. In 1917, Thomas Newbold purchased the residence for his daughter, Julia Appleton Newbold Cross, and her husband, William Redmond Cross. William Redmond Cross was an investment banker, president of the New York Zoological Society, and a chairman of the Council of the American Geographical Society; Mrs. Cross was president of the Horticultural Society of New York. Desiring a more fashionable house than the original brownstone residence, the couple commissioned William’s notable architect brothers, John W. Cross and Eliot Cross, to extensively alter the home’s appearance. The original brownstone designs were substituted with a red brick facade and enchanting Neo-Federal style features, including Flemish bond brickwork, characteristic arches, and cornices. The firm of Cross & Cross designed many important New York City buildings, including the Tiffany & Co. building at Fifth Avenue & 57th Street, the Barclay Hotel, the City Bank Farmer’s Trust Building, and the Church and Rectory of Notre Dame. Eliot Cross was also part of the group of builders who began the development of Sutton Place. This is a Co-Exclusive with Brown Harris Stevens.

Licensed Associate RE Broker
Licensed Associate RE Broker
Central Air
Dining Room
Dishwasher
Elevator
Excellent Light
Garden
Hardwood Floors
Library
Modern Kitchen
Roof Deck
Security System
Terrace
Washer/Dryer
Upper East Side
Living in the Upper East Side
Old world elegance and new world modernity are in perfect harmony in this storied neighborhood. Famed for its 'museum mile,' which includes some of the city's most cultured institutions, the Upper East Side is also home to stylish cocktail lounges, high-end restaurants and some of the city's most celebrated upscale boutiques.
Explore Upper East Side
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 77th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 83rd & 84th St