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3 East 89th Street

Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
Townhouse
$27,000,000

Reduced price

Annual Taxes: $278,030
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 86th St
Essentials
Price $27,000,000
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 5
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 7
Rooms 14
Approx. Sq. Ft. 13,956
Key Features
Concrete Floors
Elevator
Hardwood Floors
Marble Floors
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail

Those desiring a palatial residence know that with New York townhouses, a width of 40 feet is ideal in creating well proportioned, grand and voluminous rooms. This stately Neo-Renaissance style mansion is situated on the Upper East Side across from the Guggenheim Museum, and is located just steps off Fifth Avenue and Central Park.



Commissioned by Archer Milton Huntington in 1913-1915, and built by renowned architect Ogden Codman, this dignified 40-foot wide, 6-story residence is graced with a handsome, rusticated limestone base and tan brick facade, piano nobile with bracketed limestone balcony, wrought-iron railings, French doors and limestone modillioned cornice. Complementing its elegant façade, the capacious interiors are lined with original architectural articulation including doric pilasters, a marble oval staircase with cast iron railing, parquet de Versailles wood floors, Rosso Merlino, Hauteville and Belgian black marble flooring, beautiful ceiling moldings and extraordinary ornamental details.

Mr. Huntington and his wife Anna Hyatt took up residency at 3 East 89th Street, utilizing the ballrooms to entertain and showcasing Ms. Huntington’s sculptures and other works of art. Indicative of their philanthropic interests and the Huntingtons’ love of fine art, 3 East 89th Street, along with the adjoining properties, were generously donated by Mr. Huntington to the National Academy in 1940. As a whole, although 3 East 89th Street has been transformed over the years since its original incarnation, it still maintains its original splendor as one of the grandest and most gracious townhouses in the city.



The property is simply breathtaking, replete with its own curb cut for a garage, a feature completely unheard of in the historic district of Carnegie Hill. 3 East 89th Street awaits a discerning purchaser who desires the ultimate, palatial and regal New York mansion. The property is also uniquely suited for a school, diplomatic residence or institution.


Carnegie Hill
Living in Carnegie Hill
With Central Park on its doorstep, Carnegie Hill is a quiet, residential oasis full of historic properties and the conveniences of modern city living. Gilded Age mansions sit next to chic boutiques and Italian restaurants, while a wealth of world-famous cultural institutions, elite schools, and landmark architecture combine to make this a part of the city that few residents would ever consider leaving.
Explore Carnegie Hill

Reduced price

3 East 89th Street
Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $27,000,000
Annual Taxes $278,030
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 5
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 7
Rooms 14
Approx. Sq. Ft. 13,956

Those desiring a palatial residence know that with New York townhouses, a width of 40 feet is ideal in creating well proportioned, grand and voluminous rooms. This stately Neo-Renaissance style mansion is situated on the Upper East Side across from the Guggenheim Museum, and is located just steps off Fifth Avenue and Central Park.



Commissioned by Archer Milton Huntington in 1913-1915, and built by renowned architect Ogden Codman, this dignified 40-foot wide, 6-story residence is graced with a handsome, rusticated limestone base and tan brick facade, piano nobile with bracketed limestone balcony, wrought-iron railings, French doors and limestone modillioned cornice. Complementing its elegant façade, the capacious interiors are lined with original architectural articulation including doric pilasters, a marble oval staircase with cast iron railing, parquet de Versailles wood floors, Rosso Merlino, Hauteville and Belgian black marble flooring, beautiful ceiling moldings and extraordinary ornamental details.

Mr. Huntington and his wife Anna Hyatt took up residency at 3 East 89th Street, utilizing the ballrooms to entertain and showcasing Ms. Huntington’s sculptures and other works of art. Indicative of their philanthropic interests and the Huntingtons’ love of fine art, 3 East 89th Street, along with the adjoining properties, were generously donated by Mr. Huntington to the National Academy in 1940. As a whole, although 3 East 89th Street has been transformed over the years since its original incarnation, it still maintains its original splendor as one of the grandest and most gracious townhouses in the city.



The property is simply breathtaking, replete with its own curb cut for a garage, a feature completely unheard of in the historic district of Carnegie Hill. 3 East 89th Street awaits a discerning purchaser who desires the ultimate, palatial and regal New York mansion. The property is also uniquely suited for a school, diplomatic residence or institution.


Concrete Floors
Elevator
Hardwood Floors
Marble Floors
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Carnegie Hill
Living in Carnegie Hill
With Central Park on its doorstep, Carnegie Hill is a quiet, residential oasis full of historic properties and the conveniences of modern city living. Gilded Age mansions sit next to chic boutiques and Italian restaurants, while a wealth of world-famous cultural institutions, elite schools, and landmark architecture combine to make this a part of the city that few residents would ever consider leaving.
Explore Carnegie Hill
Subway Lines
Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number Q
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 86th St
Subway number Q 2nd Ave - 86th St