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49 East 68th St., New York, NY 10065

$23,000,000
Listing Details:
$23,000,000 Price
Townhouse Property Type
Lenox Hill Neighborhood
-- Beds
1 Baths
8,200 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$15,017 RET
Key Features:
Prewar
Elevator
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Terrace
Description:

Incredible Opportunity to imagine and design your dream home. A blank canvas on a beautiful Upper East Side townhouse street. Magnificent 25 foot wide, five-story red brick & limestone townhouse with approximately 12,500 square feet of interior space. This iconic property is delivered vacant having undergone a two year structural renovation with all of the interior walls removed, and the demolition portion of construction completed. A full set of Landmarks-approved architectural and design plans by JG Neukomm Architects have been completed. Here is the potential to create a stately mansion which would include a rear garden, a large roof deck and a professional-grade elevator that connects all 7 levels, including the basement and the roof terrace. Uniquely situated with three exposures that create a light filled home including a large basement with nearly 20 foot ceilings, perfect for a swimming pool, basketball, or squash court. Ceiling heights on other floors range from 10'8" to 15'9". This is the perfect property for a buyer looking for a home fully customized to their taste where the heavy lifting has been done for them. DOB & LPC approved plans can also be provided upon request.Originally built in 1913 - 14, the Mrs. J. William Clark House was designed by the firm of Trowbridge & Livingston, architects responsible for such landmark structures as the B. Altman & Co. Building and the New York Stock Exchange. The building is part of an outstanding group of Federal Revival red-brick town houses known as the "Pyne-Davison Blockfront" which extends along Park Avenue and between 68th & 69th Streets.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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