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1 East 62nd Street

Apt. PH
Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
Condo
$24,000,000

This home has been sold

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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number Q 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number E 5th Ave - 53rd St
Subway number M 5th Ave - 53rd St
Subway number 1 Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number A Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number B Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number C Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number D Columbus Circle - 59th St
Essentials
Price $24,000,000
Type Condo
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Rooms 11
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,100
Exposure N, S & W
Key Features
Penthouse
Terrace
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Partial Park View
Central Air
Dining Room
Library
Walk-In Closets
Wood-Burning Fireplace


One of New York's most legendary apartments, this coveted Penthouse is changing ownership for the first time in 25 years.

This pre-war, 11-room condominium Penthouse on 62nd Street is just off Fifth Avenue. This property, which has meticulously restored architectural details, ornate décor and double-height entertaining rooms, was home to the late entertainment legend, Joan Rivers. The triplex residence is in a fully staffed limestone mansion, originally built at the turn of the century as one of the opulent mansions of the Gilded Age. One enters from a residence exclusive elevator landing, which opens into one of the grandest rooms in Manhattan. The home's centerpiece is a ballroom and adjoining music room with 23' ceilings, gilded antique boisserie paneling and columns and two fireplaces -capacious spaces that allow for entertaining on a grand scale. Adjacent to the music room is a dining room that allows for more intimate gatherings -- its three French doors opening to the south-facing terrace, allowing for al fresco dining. The beautifully appointed wood-paneled library has a fireplace and faces south and west with views of Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline.

The second floor, with a mezzanine that overlooks the music room and ballroom, leads to the master suite, which has French doors opening to its own south-facing terrace with views of Central Park. Staff quarters can be accessed from this floor, which has a separate staircase leading to the kitchen.

A separate but contiguous two-bedroom, two-bath guest quarters has its own large living room with a fireplace and an eat-in kitchen.

1 East 62nd Street-Background
• Built: 1903
• 42’-wide, 7-story limestone mansion
• Original owners: Gilded Age millionaires, Alice and John S. Drexel
• Architect: Horace Trumbauer – prominent Gilded Age architect

1 East 62nd Street Penthouse Residence – Property Details
• Triplex Condominium Apartment
• Interior space: approximately 5,100 sq. ft.
• Outdoor space: two terraces – approximately 430 sq. ft.
• Elevator entrance into exclusive landing
• 11 rooms
• Ballroom and music room feature 23’ ceilings, double-height windows and two of the apartments five wood burning fireplaces
• Library with Central Park and skyline view
• Dining Room with Central Park and skyline view
• 2 Kitchens
• 4 bedrooms
• 4.5 baths
• 5 fireplaces


Additional features of this property include: Private Elevator Foyer.

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
1 East 62nd Street
1 East 62nd
One of New York's most legendary apartments, this coveted Penthouse is changing ownership for the first time in 25 years. This pre-war, 11-room condominium Penthouse on 62nd Street is just off Fifth Avenue. This property, which has meticulously restored architectural details, ornate décor and double-height entertaining rooms, was home to the late entertainment legend, Joan Rivers. The triplex residence is in a fully staffed limestone mansion, originally built at the turn of the century as one of the opulent mansions of the Gilded Age. One enters from a residence exclusive elevator landing, which opens into one of the grandest rooms in Manhattan. The home's centerpiece is a ballroom and adjoining music room with 23' ceilings, gilded antique boisserie paneling and columns and two fireplaces -capacious spaces that allow for entertaining on a grand scale. Adjacent to the music room is a dining room that allows for more intimate gatherings -- its three French doors opening to the south-facing terrace, allowing for al fresco dining. The beautifully appointed wood-paneled library has a fireplace and faces south and west with views of Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline. The second floor, with a mezzanine that overlooks the music room and ballroom, leads to the master suite, which has French doors opening to its own south-facing terrace with views of Central Park. Staff quarters can be accessed from this floor, which has a separate staircase leading to the kitchen. A separate but contiguous two-bedroom, two-bath guest quarters has its own large living room with a fireplace and an eat-in kitchen. 1 East 62nd Street-Background • Built: 1903 • 42’-wide, 7-story limestone mansion • Original owners: Gilded Age millionaires, Alice and John S. Drexel • Architect: Horace Trumbauer – prominent Gilded Age architect 1 East 62nd Street Penthouse Residence – Property Details • Triplex Condominium Apartment • Interior space: approximately 5,100 sq. ft. • Outdoor space: two terraces – approximately 430 sq. ft. • Elevator entrance into exclusive landing • 11 rooms • Ballroom and music room feature 23’ ceilings, double-height windows and two of the apartments five wood burning fireplaces • Library with Central Park and skyline view • Dining Room with Central Park and skyline view • 2 Kitchens • 4 bedrooms • 4.5 baths • 5 fireplaces <p>Additional features of this property include: Private Elevator Foyer.</p>
Details
Prewar
Built in 1890
7 floors
12 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman

This home has been sold

1 East 62nd Street
Apt. PH
Between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
Condo
Essentials
Price $24,000,000
Type Condo
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 4.5
Rooms 11
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,100
Exposure N, S & W


One of New York's most legendary apartments, this coveted Penthouse is changing ownership for the first time in 25 years.

This pre-war, 11-room condominium Penthouse on 62nd Street is just off Fifth Avenue. This property, which has meticulously restored architectural details, ornate décor and double-height entertaining rooms, was home to the late entertainment legend, Joan Rivers. The triplex residence is in a fully staffed limestone mansion, originally built at the turn of the century as one of the opulent mansions of the Gilded Age. One enters from a residence exclusive elevator landing, which opens into one of the grandest rooms in Manhattan. The home's centerpiece is a ballroom and adjoining music room with 23' ceilings, gilded antique boisserie paneling and columns and two fireplaces -capacious spaces that allow for entertaining on a grand scale. Adjacent to the music room is a dining room that allows for more intimate gatherings -- its three French doors opening to the south-facing terrace, allowing for al fresco dining. The beautifully appointed wood-paneled library has a fireplace and faces south and west with views of Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline.

The second floor, with a mezzanine that overlooks the music room and ballroom, leads to the master suite, which has French doors opening to its own south-facing terrace with views of Central Park. Staff quarters can be accessed from this floor, which has a separate staircase leading to the kitchen.

A separate but contiguous two-bedroom, two-bath guest quarters has its own large living room with a fireplace and an eat-in kitchen.

1 East 62nd Street-Background
• Built: 1903
• 42’-wide, 7-story limestone mansion
• Original owners: Gilded Age millionaires, Alice and John S. Drexel
• Architect: Horace Trumbauer – prominent Gilded Age architect

1 East 62nd Street Penthouse Residence – Property Details
• Triplex Condominium Apartment
• Interior space: approximately 5,100 sq. ft.
• Outdoor space: two terraces – approximately 430 sq. ft.
• Elevator entrance into exclusive landing
• 11 rooms
• Ballroom and music room feature 23’ ceilings, double-height windows and two of the apartments five wood burning fireplaces
• Library with Central Park and skyline view
• Dining Room with Central Park and skyline view
• 2 Kitchens
• 4 bedrooms
• 4.5 baths
• 5 fireplaces


Additional features of this property include: Private Elevator Foyer.

Penthouse
Terrace
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Partial Park View
Central Air
Dining Room
Library
Walk-In Closets
Wood-Burning Fireplace
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 N Subway number Q Subway number R Subway number F Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number E Subway number M Subway number 1 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number Q 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number R 5th Ave - 60th St
Subway number F Lexington Ave - 63rd St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 60th St
Subway number E 5th Ave - 53rd St
Subway number M 5th Ave - 53rd St
Subway number 1 Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number A Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number B Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number C Columbus Circle - 59th St
Subway number D Columbus Circle - 59th St
1 East 62nd Street
1 East 62nd
One of New York's most legendary apartments, this coveted Penthouse is changing ownership for the first time in 25 years. This pre-war, 11-room condominium Penthouse on 62nd Street is just off Fifth Avenue. This property, which has meticulously restored architectural details, ornate décor and double-height entertaining rooms, was home to the late entertainment legend, Joan Rivers. The triplex residence is in a fully staffed limestone mansion, originally built at the turn of the century as one of the opulent mansions of the Gilded Age. One enters from a residence exclusive elevator landing, which opens into one of the grandest rooms in Manhattan. The home's centerpiece is a ballroom and adjoining music room with 23' ceilings, gilded antique boisserie paneling and columns and two fireplaces -capacious spaces that allow for entertaining on a grand scale. Adjacent to the music room is a dining room that allows for more intimate gatherings -- its three French doors opening to the south-facing terrace, allowing for al fresco dining. The beautifully appointed wood-paneled library has a fireplace and faces south and west with views of Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline. The second floor, with a mezzanine that overlooks the music room and ballroom, leads to the master suite, which has French doors opening to its own south-facing terrace with views of Central Park. Staff quarters can be accessed from this floor, which has a separate staircase leading to the kitchen. A separate but contiguous two-bedroom, two-bath guest quarters has its own large living room with a fireplace and an eat-in kitchen. 1 East 62nd Street-Background • Built: 1903 • 42’-wide, 7-story limestone mansion • Original owners: Gilded Age millionaires, Alice and John S. Drexel • Architect: Horace Trumbauer – prominent Gilded Age architect 1 East 62nd Street Penthouse Residence – Property Details • Triplex Condominium Apartment • Interior space: approximately 5,100 sq. ft. • Outdoor space: two terraces – approximately 430 sq. ft. • Elevator entrance into exclusive landing • 11 rooms • Ballroom and music room feature 23’ ceilings, double-height windows and two of the apartments five wood burning fireplaces • Library with Central Park and skyline view • Dining Room with Central Park and skyline view • 2 Kitchens • 4 bedrooms • 4.5 baths • 5 fireplaces <p>Additional features of this property include: Private Elevator Foyer.</p>
Details
Prewar
Built in 1890
7 floors
12 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Concierge
Doorman