In contract - Incredible opportunity to return this elegant 25 foot historic townhouse to its original grandeur. Built in 1876 by the Jardine Brothers, the house was completely redesigned in 1904 for Arthur Scribner by renowned architect Ernest Flagg. At that time, the beautiful limestone facade was added. It was sold over 50 years ago and converted to a rental property. The current owner bought the house with 5 tenants in place. It is now vacant and the demolition portion of construction is completed. The house is shovel ready for the new owner to make this wonderful house a true jewel of the Upper East Side.
Ideally located on the north side of 67th Street between Madison and Park Avenues, the 6 floors of the house -including the windowed garden level - total just under 11,500 square feet along with a 1600 square foot garden. Excavation below the garden would add another 1520 square feet to the property. The house has soaring ceilings throughout, an elevator, incredible light, 8 fireplaces (most with the original Flagg designed surrounds), original details on the parlor floor, as well as a 4 story extension with a glass enclosed conservatory on top.
The width of this extraordinary house and quality of the limestone facade make this a unique and very special property.
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