This stunning townhome is located in the heart of Manhattans "Gold Coast", on East 63rd Street, 1 1/2 blocks from New Yorks famed Central Park. This area attracts many due to the abundance of great shopping venues, fabulous restaurants, multiple arts and cultural institutions and the natural beauty of the neighborhood along with the luxury of having one of the world greatest public parks so nearby. 48 East 63rd Street is a unique and elegant masterpiece. Understated as one approaches but offering so much once beyond the door. With a home office on the ground floor and a full private residence above, this triple office, 6 Bedroom, 5 1/2 bath residence offers the grace and grandeur of a bygone era. With a rear garden, Parlour floor terrace, Fifth Floor terrace and roofspace this home also offers more outdoor areas to enjoy than most. The grand livingroom has 11' ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors and french doors opening out to a Northern terrace. Fresh breezes, lovely street views, and seasonal plantings highlight what a unique treasure this is. The wood paneled Library with its marble manteled wood burning fireplace embraces one in a sense of warmth and comfort. The sweeping stair leads up to another gracious entertaining floor with open bar and powder on the landing a brilliantly sunny and spacious formal dining room to the South.The Kitchen is beautifully lit with ample windows and great counter space for entertaining. The sitting room to the North looks into the trees so there is a veil of privacy and green that laces the windows. Both of these rooms have iconic fireplace mantles and wood burning fireplaces. The Primary bedroom suite offers, a sunny southern exposure, wood burning fireplace, a spacious windowed walk in closet and a full ensuite bath., The additional bedroom on this floor offers high ceilings, wood burning fireplace, hardwood floors and northern views. The fifth floor rear bedroom has a terrace to the South and high ceilings. The front bedroom has the same high ceilings and lovely open Northern views. The main staircase leads to the roof terrace. This space has yet to be developed but the building still maintains 1,067 unused FAR.