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20 East 94th St., New York, NY 10128

$17,995,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$17,995,000 Price
Single-Family Townhouse Property Type
Carnegie Hill Neighborhood
6 Beds
9 Baths
8,500 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,975 RET
Key Features:
Fireplace
Elevator
Rooftop Access
Unit Garden
Description:

The benchmark for unsurpassed parkside living lies beyond the beautiful character facade of this landmark five-story brownstone residence, merging heritage elegance and sophisticated contemporary design. It offers a beautifully presented home of style and distinction in an exclusive Upper East Side location less than a block to Central Park.

The vast interior layout will leave you breathless with its grand reception hall and entrance gallery. This level also houses the entertainers' eat-in kitchen. Two staircases lead to the upper levels where you will find the living and dining areas, and 6 luxurious bedroom suites including a stunning master retreat that has an adjoining study, built-in closet space and its own wood-burning fireplace.

A major highlight of this glorious townhouse is the private roof deck, leafy rear courtgarden that leads off the kitchen and an elevator that gives access to all levels of the home. A full basement level is equipped with a media room and gymnasium. This stunning lifestyle property provides easy access to the neighborhood's fine restaurants, vibrant cafe scene, galleries and theaters.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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