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Sobre 46 East 65th Street
46 East 65th Street: An Elevator Townhouse with a Storied Past
The past meets the present in this stately 6-story, elevator-serviced, 10,253 square foot townhouse. Delivered vacant, the sprawling south and north facing townhome is comprised of six stories, excluding the basement, and is further enhanced by three large terraces and multiple balconies. The property is built 20' wide x 98' deep x 65' high on a 20' x 100'-5" lot and is currently divided into four units: a prestigious art gallery on the ground level, followed by a grand owner's duplex, followed by a spacious floor-through apartment, followed by a luxurious penthouse duplex. The property could remain a highly lucrative income-producing property or easily transform back into a single-family residence.
46 East 65th Street is unequivocally one of Manhattan's finest, most prestigious addresses. You are perfectly situated on 65th Street between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue on a pristine tree-lined block of equally grand townhouses. Just steps from Central Park and the iconic fashion houses of Madison Avenue, the entire block was designated a Historic District by the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the architectural beauty and historical significance of the townhouses that comprise it.
46 East 65th Street was erected in 1916 and previously served as the residence of Franz Waxman, a legendary composer best known for his work in Hollywood cinema. His film scores include The Bride of Frankenstein, Rebecca, Sunset Boulevard, A Place in the Sun, Stalag 17, Rear Window, Peyton Place, The Nun's Story, and Taras Bulba. He received twelve Academy Award nominations and won two Oscars as well as a Golden Globe Award.
Features of the home include: - 10,253 Interior Square Feet - Elevator Servicing All Floors - Building Class: D2 - Zoning District: R8B - 3 Large Terraces - 3 Balconies - 6 Wood Burning Fireplaces - High Ceilings - Exquisite Hardwood Floors with Original Inlays - Oversize Windows - South and North Exposures - Excellent Natural Light - Central Air Conditioning - New Gas Boiler - Elegant Building Facade
First Floor: Delivered vacant but currently utilized by a high-end art gallery, the first floor is presently comprised of two large gallery spaces, 1.5 baths, an office, a lofted sitting area, a lofted bedroom, and a large terrace.
Parlor Level/Second Floor: The main floor of the owner's duplex, the parlor level is comprised of a dining room, living room, kitchen, and a full bath. It boasts soaring 12'-10" ceilings, two wood burning fireplaces with exquisitely detailed mantles, gorgeous hardwood floors with original inlays, a washer/dryer, and enormous casement windows that let the sun stream in all day long. The newly renovated, eat-in chef's kitchen is windowed and boasts three balconies, tremendous cabinet/pantry space, and all stainless steel appliances including a Viking Professional fridge, a Viking Professional hooded range, a Viking Professional dishwasher, and a 147-bottle capacity Sub-Zero wine cooler.
Third Floor: The upper floor of the owner's duplex, the third floor is comprised of 2 expansive bedrooms and 2 full baths. The master bedroom flaunts another ornate wood burning fireplace, and the marble master bath has been completely renovated with high-end fixtures and finishes and exquisite attention to detail.
Fourth Floor: The fourth floor is comprised of a large living room with wood burning fireplace, an oversize bedroom, a full bath, a dining area, a kitchen, and absolutely tremendous storage space courtesy of three walk-in closets.
Fifth Floor: The main floor of the penthouse duplex, the fifth floor is comprised of a large living room with wood burning fireplace, an oversize bedroom, a full renovated bath, and a renovated kitchen. The windowed, eat-in kitchen boasts<