No detail was overlooked in the painstaking two-year renovation of this exquisite 18-foot wide townhouse. Situated in the coveted Henderson Place Historic District, this distinctive Queen Anne style house was designed by Lamb and Rich and completed in 1882. Notable for its unique entrance recessed deep within a dramatic semicircular arch, the house at 146 East End Avenue has been sensitively updated to accommodate a modern lifestyle. The exceptionally gracious layout contains four bedrooms and three sumptuously appointed bathrooms, a living room and dining room with French herringbone floors and a wood-burning fireplace as well as a spacious custom chefs kitchen that adjoins the homes charming landscaped garden. With exposures to the east and west, the home enjoys abundant sunlight throughout the day, and lush, protected views of Carl Schurz Park, Gracie Mansion and the East River uniquely framed by expansive period windows. Additional lifestyle-enhancing features include custom-fitted closets, a Bose sound system, professionally designed lighting with fixtures by Artemide and all new mechanical systems. Both construction and design are of the highest standard, with careful consideration given to function and flow. No expense was spared to create what is now the finest house of its kind in New York. Also available for rent at $23,950 per month.