ONE FOR THE AGES
Many buyers find a townhouse to be the most exquisite form of city living - so much space, utterly self-contained, flexible renovation options, with private outdoor spaces that can span an entire roof top, rear gardens and elegant terraces.
ULTIMATE FIFTH AVENUE LOCATION
Buying a house located directly on Fifth Avenue is like acquiring the Holy Grail because such a limited number remain. Being on Fifth Avenue places a house in front of Central Park and its oasis of 843 acres. Unlike the usual north-south orientation of an upper Eastside townhouse, this location also affords a more east/west orientation that dramatically increases the interior light. The Fifth Avenue vista of this mansion also includes a section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Richard Morris Hunt, itself a classical work of art in limestone that serves to reflect light into all levels of this building, all seasons of the year.
"THE GILDED AGE" - A CONFLUENCE OF FINANCE AND ARCHITECTURE
The Gilded Age - from the 1870s to 1900 - derives its name from the book by Mark Twain and Charles Studley Warner published in 1873. The great riches earned by the Captains of Industry of ...