European grandeur in Carnegie Hill. A stunning and pristine, 20 ft wide townhouse, on one of the most charming blocks of the Upper East Side.
Step into this one-of-a-kind, flawless, single family home at 118 East 95th Street, a masterpiece of old-world charm and modern comforts. The impeccably maintained features of the home formerly owned by Mark Rothko, include a charming brick facade, large bay window, multiple working & decorative fireplaces, elegant built-ins, original hardwood floors, beautiful moldings throughout, and a 50ft private garden retreat.
Over 4200SF, laid out on four floors, with ceiling heights over 11ft on the parlor level, this home features four oversized bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a skylit home office.
Enter on the garden level to your enormous eat-in chef's kitchen with Viking, Bosch and Subzero appliances, overlooking French doors out to your beautifully landscaped 50ft lush garden with mature plantings, ivy covered walls, gorgeous stonework, and fully operable antique fountain. Your guests will enter on your parlor level to enjoy the grandly scaled living room overlooking tree-lined East 95th Street, or your sitting room spanning the full width of the house overlooking your remarkable garden. The layout of home is ideal for entertaining on a grand scale, as well as for gracious and comfortable day-to-day living.
Built in 1889 by C. Abbott French & Co., 118 East 95th Street is a Queen Anne style townhouse with an immensely charming and well-maintained facade on a 20' wide by 100' deep lot. The 27 owner-occupied townhouses on the block, known locally as "Goat Hill," have an active block association overseeing the block's special character and maintaining the block's beautiful plantings.