Massey Knakal Retained Exclusively To Sell Townhouse On Upper East Side
Massey Knakal Realty Services has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell a townhouse at 15 East 75th Street. The property is located between Fifth and Madison Avenues in the Historic District of the Upper East Side. The asking price is $19,500,000.
The five-story Queen Anne style townhouse contains approximately 7,157 square feet and sits on a 17’ x 102’ lot. It currently contains doctors’ offices on the ground floor, a duplex on the second and thirdfloors, a duplex on the fourth and fifth floors, and a rear north-facing roof terrace. The townhouse has a renovated brick façade with brownstone trim, and the interior features historic details dating back to 1889, such as full-length arched windows on the second floor, curved oriel at the third floor, modillion cornice above the fourth floor and a large triangular dormer spanning the façade set in a mansard roof at the fifth floor.
The townhouse was originally built in 1889 as one of a row of five houses by architect William E. Mowbray. Between 1899 and 1927, the house was owned and occupied by William W. and Emily P. Hall. Mr. Hall, along with his brother Thomas Hall, built many elegant residences on the Upper East Side for affluent clients. The property is currently divided into an office and two high-end residential duplexes and would be ideal for conversion to a single-family home.
The property sits on one of the best blocks on the Upper East Side, an area famous for classic architecture, world class boutiques and notable restaurants. This is a rare opportunity for a buyer to reside at a desirable address in a charming and vibrant neighborhood.
This property is being marketed exclusively by Massey Knakal’s Guthrie Garvin.
Massey Knakal specializes in the sale of investment and user properties in the New York Metropolitan area. Since 1988, our agents have closed over 4,700 transactions having a market value in excess of $19 billion.