An uncommonly unique cultural heritage, The Barbara Rutherford Hatch townhouse was designed by Frederick J. Sterner and is located at 153 East 63rd Street in Lenox Hill. This five bedroom, five bath home has been named a historical landmark and has recently been owned by a well-known person in the entertainment industry. Almost 7,000 square feet of living space are offered in this Spanish Colonial Style home. A rare find in Manhattan, two wings of this mansion open to a private courtyard. Exquisitely decorated with period décor but modern conveniences, this home has lots of light, French doors, a two-story den, and a modern kitchen with skylights. The home consists of four floors as well as a finished basement, with a roof garden on the top floor. Listed at Brown Harris Stevens by Paula Del Nunzio for the recently lowered asking price of $28,500,000.
Located in a prime space between Park and Madison Avenues, this home at 52 East 64th Street was originally built as a single family home. This building is now configured with commercial space on the lower two floors, and living space on the top three floors. Ten foot ceilings, four wood-burning fireplaces, windows galore, built-ins, and many other pre-war details which could be lovingly restored to their original impact. With 8,740 square feet, this elevator building has potential to be restored to a single family home, or could maintain the work/home space for additional income or other options. Listed by Deanna Kory at Corcoran for the asking price of $17,750,000.
Exquisite from the outside and inside, this incredibly restored townhouse sits at 59 East 82nd Street between Fifth and Park Avenues. Interior space for all floors totals almost 8,300 square feet, with an additional exterior garden and terrace space of over 1,000 square feet. Five bedrooms, four full baths, three half-baths, and a guest apartment grace this six floor home, plus a basement. Lots of light include bay windows facing the south, five wood-burning fireplaces, tons of windows, open and airy rooms, marble entryway, parquet floors, open gourmet kitchen, and incredible views. Offered for sale through Douglas Elliman by George van der Ploeg for the asking price of $17,200,000.
Notably stunning for a studio, this apartment sits in The Chapin House at 530 East 84th Street, #3M. High ceilings, large window, lots, of closet space, and roomy layout. The pass through kitchen is separate, and there is an additional option for breakfast nook or office space. Building is well-maintained and offers an elevator, bike room, laundry, and extra storage available. Listing by Susan Fishman at Douglas Elliman for the asking price of $278,500.
Also on the more affordable end of listings this week is this Yorkville co-op studio apartment is located at 330 East 83rd Street #4E. Building provides doorman, elevator, laundry, live in management, and potential storage. Listing provided by Krisztina F Schlitzer at Haltstead Properties $279,500 asking price.
A renovated studio apartment sits at 1160 Third Avenue #10G in Lenox Hill. The private balcony and separate kitchen make this apartment a must-see. Hardwood floors, new stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, extra closet space, eastern light with views of the city. Potential for washer/dryer installation. Building is a luxury co-op with doorman, bike room, elevator, garage parking, and live in management. Listing by Tracy Goldberg at Douglas Elliman for the asking price of $335,000.