This elegant south facing Brownstone townhouse is located on East 64th Street, a tree-lines block between Park and Lexington Avenue just two blocks from Central Park and surrounded by some of the finest shopping, dining, museums and galleries.
For the last two decades it has been the residence of one of the world-renowned artists who lived there with family and his art collections. The original interior features and decorations are well preserved.
The three levels above the ground floor over-looking the street as well as the small garden are dedicated to 5 bed rooms, 4 and 1/2 baths, high ceiling living room/grand parlor and formal dining room with over-sized window. All of the rooms receive bright sunlight. The street level was used as doctor's office, and currently as a family room, kid's study rooms and play room with access to the garden.
At present, the building occupies total floor area of 5,492 sq. ft. Based on New York City's Zoning District allowance it has additional 2,540 sq. ft of floor area for expansion. An architectural scheme has been drawn, showing two-story additional floors and a roof garden. While the existing layout offers more than sufficient for a grand living home space, the expansion scheme represents limitless possibility for the future of this property.
Zoning: R8B District
Lot Area: 2,008 sf
Lot Width: 20'
Lot Depth: 100.42'
[Existing] Gross Floor Area: 5,492 sf
[Existing] Building Height:46.38
Residential FAR: 4.0
Max Buildable Floor Area: 8,032 sf
Building Height: Base Height: 55'-65'
Max. Building Height: 75' (w/ min. 15' set back)