-30' wide Rare French Renaissance Mansion, Limestone and Brick off Fifth Avenue
- DELIVERED EMPTY
-Completed in 1893 as a single family home for Josephine and William Buchanan, designed by Lansing C. Holden.
-In 1944, it was converted into a mixed-use commercial and residential building.
-This gilded Age Masterpiece stretches 30 wide by 102 deep,
- 6 levels including basement with a total of 5 floors
-Presently the first and lower level are Doctors offices with front and back gardens with a beautiful gated entrance.
- Parlor floor consists of a living room, formal dining room, bar, morning tea room, and chefs kitchen that overlooks the 1stfloor's garden.
-French style carved, circular wooden staircase connects the parlor floor with the 3rd floor master bedrooms and baths of this duplex.
- One master bedroom contains access to a planted terrace with privacy and sunshine.
-The second level of the duplex (3rdfloor) contains library and office space adjacent to the master bedrooms.
-The 4th and 5th floors are two spacious one bedroom apartments per floor, off of a wide mahogany staircase that serves all floors with skylight.
-4 passenger elevator that services all floors.
-Other amenities include 9 functional wood burning fire places
-12 foot ceilings
-Interior is 12,300 sq ft
-Ideal Location: steps away from Central Park's 69thst entrance and Frick Museum
-Tree lined block with no buses or crosstown traffic
- This property can be easily restored back to its original design of a single family mansion.
Building Features 5 Floors3 Units
$29,775,000 / $2,290 per ft²
Listed on Mar 02, 2021
458 Days on Market
8 Beds / 9.5 Baths / 13,000 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $16,552
Maintenance: - / R.E. Taxes $16,552
Lot Size: 30.0' x 100.42' Built: 30.0' x 78.0'
Exclusively listed with: Sotheby's International Realty, Inc. Source: RLS
Beverly J. Cole
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