15 East 74th Street

Townhouse | rented
Madison & Fifth
WEB ID: 1437304
$35,000
    • 5 BEDS
    • 5.5 BATHS
    • 6341 APPROX. SQFT
    • 5 FLOORS
    • 1 RESIDENCES
    • BUILT 1901

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    About 15 East 74th Street

    15 EAST 74th STREET is a Beaux-Arts limestone mansion is acclaimed as one of the first houses designed by William Lawrence Bottomley, who also designed River House. The original classic details remain and have been continually updated with a new kitchen, several new baths and central air-conditioning. This most desirable location, just off Fifth Avenue on 74th Street, is close to Central Park, ...

    key features
    • Cable ready
    • Central air
    • Central laundry room
    • Elevator
    • Garden
    • Video security
    • Wine cellar
    • Wood-burning fireplace
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