Prewar Townhouse Built 1899 in
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174 East 95th Street is a lovely single family townhouse in Carnegie Hill. This home was built in 1899 and has both charming prewar details and modern amenities throughout.
The thoughtfully designed garden floor draws you to the sun-filled garden in the rear from the moment you step in the door. As you enter, there is a windowed chef's kitchen to the left outfitted with top of the line appliances and an island for casual dining. Down the hall, also accessible from the kitchen, there is a formal dining area highlighted by a wood burning fireplace. Adjacent to the dining room is a living area that looks out into the landscaped garden. The garden itself is one of the most beautiful on the upper east side, completely surrounded by other townhouse gardens, a peaceful oasis.
The parlor floor is ideal for entertaining with almost 11' ceiling heights giving the space a sense of grandeur. There is a formal living room in the front with three oversized windows filling the room with light. In the rear there is a library with a wet-bar and access to a decked terrace that overlooks the neighboring gardens.
The third floor is configured as a master suite with a spacious master bedroom, an office / dressing room (that could easily be converted to another bedroom) and a designer master bathroom with a soaking tub, shower and double vanity.
The fourth floor has three bedrooms and a full bathroom.