Home of the Week: State-of-the-Art Living on the Upper East Side

In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ we move from a Gentlemen’s Ranch just outside of Austin to a truly unique residence on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Listed for $10.5 million, this truly unique residence is absolutely stunning and impressive in every imaginable way. The state-of-the-art townhouse offers up a near unheard of 6,500 square feet of living space set on five expansive levels – each connected by a private elevator. The 6 bedroom and 7 bath home is dominated by its palatial proportions, high quality finishes and its inspiring versatile layout.

With its proximity to Central Park and its elite address on a picturesque tree lined street, this home works equally well as a quiet getaway in the middle of the city and as a wonderful place to entertain. You’ll be hard pressed to find a home in New York City with two sizable outdoor entertaining areas, but this home has just that, as it was recently completely renovated from top to bottom. Imagine enjoying breakfast or dinner with friends on the outdoor terraces as you soak in views of Central Park and the lovely NYC skyline!

No doubt our newest ‘Home of the Week‘ is impressive in size and space; but as the listing agent Marci Kahan puts it, “it also feels very warm and inviting too”. When you take into account the seriously impressive amount of space the home has and also consider its proximity to museums and world famous parks – you can’t help but be floored by how perfect this place is.

Click here if you’d like to see more of this home listed by Marci Kahan with Coldwell Banker Bellmarc

Text and picture courtesy  of blog.coldwellbanker

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