The second level of the home is completely dedicated to rest and relaxation with an oversized master bedroom featuring a dressing area and en suite 5 fixture bathroom with exquisite statuary marble walls, a deep soaking tub, a separate shower with rainfall shower head system and fixtures by Kallista. The second bedroom features south facing light, custom built-ins and storage. The gallery area outside the bedrooms is perfect for displaying the most coveted pieces from your art collection. Other features include a large walk-in closet and a secondary renovated marble bathroom.
This Lamb and Wheeler designed mansion was originally erected in 1882 along with neighbors #6 and #8. By 1919, the architect Harry Allan Jacobs was hired to replace the old facade with a more modern design. Today, 10 East 68th Street is a five story boutique cooperative comprised of 4 residential units and 1 commercial space. The cooperative allows pied a terre use and pets with board approval. A buyer may elect to take up to 50% financing and there is currently no flip tax. Residence 5 does benefit from partial ownership of the commercial space whose rent helps to lower the monthly maintenance charge.
$2,650,000 / $1,827 per ft²
Listed on Feb 03, 2020
DOM temporarily suspended
2 Beds / 2.5 Baths / 1,450 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $3,219
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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