Prewar Townhouse Built 1915 in
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Charming four-story single-family townhouse situated on 95th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues, a premiere Carnegie Hill block lined with 27 single family homes. Originally gifted to a local synagogue in 1955, the home is now for sale and retains many original features. Configured as a four bedroom home, this townhouse sits on one of the prettiest tree-lined blocks in Carnegie Hill's landmark district. Ownership on this block boasts membership to the Goat Hill Association, a close knit neighborhood group of 27 single family townhouses which includes a neighborhood crime watch. There is abundant original character throughout, and a large north facing garden.
This home has two entrances. The ground floor takes you into an entry foyer, a front dining room and a large rear kitchen with access to the large north facing garden. There is a powder room on this floor. The stooped entrance brings you into a lovely vestibule, with a front sitting room, and a gracious, well proportioned living room in the rear. The master bedroom sits on the front of the third floor with a large set of closets in the center, and an office/sitting room in the rear with a full bathroom. The top floor is divided into a three bedrooms, one in the front, one in the center and a third bedroom in the rear. There is a full bathroom on this floor.
Home is gas heated. Renovation is required, and there is FAR intact to expand the existing square footage.