Prewar Townhouse Built 1910 in
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This remarkable 23.5 foot wide brownstone is ideally situated on one of the most beautiful blocks in New York. 140 East 19th Street is a wide and deep townhouse on the quiet tree-lined block off Gramercy Park admiringly referred to as "Block Beautiful.â
Built in the 1850s and remodeled in 1919 by Sterner and Wolfe, the centerpiece of this gracious home is a spectacular 20-foot high Candela-built living room. A wall of windows face the private and secluded south-facing garden, and a mezzanine study overlooks this dramatic living space.
5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, a charming eat-in kitchen, wood burning fireplaces, a sky-lit writing alcove and a recording studio in the finished basement render this 5,760 square foot property a magical family home. An ample elevator provides direct access to every floor.
Built 60 feet deep on a 92 foot lot, this truly special property offers a rare opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind residence.
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