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29 Beekman Place

Between East 50th Street and East 51st Street
Townhouse
$16,900,000
Annual Taxes: $154,146
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number E Subway number M
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 3rd Ave - 53rd St
Subway number E 3rd Ave - 53rd St
Subway number M 3rd Ave - 53rd St
Essentials
Price $16,900,000
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 7
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 9
Rooms 15
Approx. Sq. Ft. 12,260
Key Features
Central Air
Central Laundry Room
Elevator
Excellent Light
Full River View
Garden
Great Closet Space
Library
Office
Prewar Detail
Security System
Storage Space
Terrace
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer

A Palace on Beekman Place! One of the most historical and charming residential areas in New York City.
Situated in the exclusive, leafy, and prestigious enclave of Beekman Place, Townhouse #29 is a true trophy residence at over 12,000 interior square feet beautifully proportioned and spread out over eight floors plus basement as well as two private terraces totaling almost 1,500 SF of outdoor space.

Open and expansive Eastern and Western exposures give way to awe-inspiring full on East River Views and allow for natural sunlight to pour in throughout the day.
Designed with grand scale entertaining in mind, the garden level features an astounding 32 foot long commercial grade chef's kitchen while the second floor showcases a charming reception area just off the foyer and a long entrance gallery that leads to a lovely banquet hall. Comprising of 2 very large and open living spaces with over 11 foot ceilings and both eastern and western views, the third floor demonstrates the truly grandiose proportions of this unique residence. The solarium off the family room transports you to another world and is enclosed by three walls of glass which allow for beaming natural light and endless River Views.


Additional features include Central A/C, 8 wood burning fireplaces, interior elevator, wine cellar, 6 master suites, 11 bathrooms and 5 additional rooms which can have any number of uses including offices, maid's quarters or guest suites.
29 Beekman Place has been meticulously maintained throughout the years and retains an abundance of original architectural details dating back to the 1930's. Its size and grandeur make it appropriate for a private mansion, Live/Work, a Foundation, or an ideal Consulate/Diplomat Residence--with its proximity to the United Nations.


This palatial property built in 1934 as the largest of 9 mansions along tranquil and tree lined Beekman Place has had only 3 owners.
This exquisite house has a rich history of its own, having once been the home to the famous William Paley as well as philanthropist Mary Lasker.
Do not miss this opportunity to purchase a piece of New York history!

Beekman
Living in Beekman
This neighborhood where Irving Berlin once resided, is composed of beautiful townhouses and grand co-ops situated upon just a few square blocks. Because of its size, the number of Beekman Place apartments for sale at any one time, whether co-op or condo, is limited — but the Beekman area is worth the wait! The neighborhood centers on Beekman Place, which is two blocks long, lined with grand buildings such as One Beekman Place, a co-op with a garage and an Olympic pool. In fiction, that East Side co-op was home to the madcap Auntie Mame; in fact, it contains what many believe to be New York City’s grandest and best apartments.
Explore Beekman

29 Beekman Place
Between East 50th Street and East 51st Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $16,900,000
Annual Taxes $154,146
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 7
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 9
Rooms 15
Approx. Sq. Ft. 12,260

A Palace on Beekman Place! One of the most historical and charming residential areas in New York City.
Situated in the exclusive, leafy, and prestigious enclave of Beekman Place, Townhouse #29 is a true trophy residence at over 12,000 interior square feet beautifully proportioned and spread out over eight floors plus basement as well as two private terraces totaling almost 1,500 SF of outdoor space.

Open and expansive Eastern and Western exposures give way to awe-inspiring full on East River Views and allow for natural sunlight to pour in throughout the day.
Designed with grand scale entertaining in mind, the garden level features an astounding 32 foot long commercial grade chef's kitchen while the second floor showcases a charming reception area just off the foyer and a long entrance gallery that leads to a lovely banquet hall. Comprising of 2 very large and open living spaces with over 11 foot ceilings and both eastern and western views, the third floor demonstrates the truly grandiose proportions of this unique residence. The solarium off the family room transports you to another world and is enclosed by three walls of glass which allow for beaming natural light and endless River Views.


Additional features include Central A/C, 8 wood burning fireplaces, interior elevator, wine cellar, 6 master suites, 11 bathrooms and 5 additional rooms which can have any number of uses including offices, maid's quarters or guest suites.
29 Beekman Place has been meticulously maintained throughout the years and retains an abundance of original architectural details dating back to the 1930's. Its size and grandeur make it appropriate for a private mansion, Live/Work, a Foundation, or an ideal Consulate/Diplomat Residence--with its proximity to the United Nations.


This palatial property built in 1934 as the largest of 9 mansions along tranquil and tree lined Beekman Place has had only 3 owners.
This exquisite house has a rich history of its own, having once been the home to the famous William Paley as well as philanthropist Mary Lasker.
Do not miss this opportunity to purchase a piece of New York history!

Central Air
Central Laundry Room
Elevator
Excellent Light
Full River View
Garden
Great Closet Space
Library
Office
Prewar Detail
Security System
Storage Space
Terrace
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer
Beekman
Living in Beekman
This neighborhood where Irving Berlin once resided, is composed of beautiful townhouses and grand co-ops situated upon just a few square blocks. Because of its size, the number of Beekman Place apartments for sale at any one time, whether co-op or condo, is limited — but the Beekman area is worth the wait! The neighborhood centers on Beekman Place, which is two blocks long, lined with grand buildings such as One Beekman Place, a co-op with a garage and an Olympic pool. In fiction, that East Side co-op was home to the madcap Auntie Mame; in fact, it contains what many believe to be New York City’s grandest and best apartments.
Explore Beekman
Subway Lines
Subway number 6 Subway number E Subway number M
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 6 3rd Ave - 53rd St
Subway number E 3rd Ave - 53rd St
Subway number M 3rd Ave - 53rd St