112 East 35th Street, New York, New York, 10016

112 East 35th Street
New York NY 10016

Cross street:Park Avenue

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:5

Property

Ownership: Single Family
Bedrooms: 6 BR
Bathrooms: 6
Pets: Pets Unknown

Financials

Price: $5,500,000
415 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10017
Courtesy of Peter-Ashe

Description

Building for sale! This lovely 5 story townhouse in the heart of Manhattan is perfect for conversion to 1-family home. Needs complete renovation.
Beautiful Tree-Lined 16.8' x 98' lot Townhouse. Five story 16.8'x 80' built with an additional half floor (sixth). Lots of Original Details. Seven Wood Burning Fireplaces.

Ground Floor: Formerly an English basement, the exterior entrance steps lead down a full floor caretaker's apartment with a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, work area. Two south windows, one north window.

Parlor Floor: Gracious stoop with steps up to a front door that opens to a reception area in the front and a conference room/library, office and bathroom in the rear. Two south windows, two east windows, one north window.

Second Floor: Elegant staircase leads up to a magnificent floor featuring the original herringbone flooring, and all original molding and details intact. Front room, with two floor to ceiling windows that face north, has a beautiful fireplace. Rear room, which serves as a formal dining room, also features an original fireplace and a window that faces south. Rear extension features a large kitchen and a pantry with one south facing window and two east facing windows.

Third Floor: The original staircase leads up to a living quarter consisting of a living room, bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, dining area and kitchen. This floor features four exposures, north, south, east and west, consisting of 8 windows and two original fireplaces.

Fourth Floor: The staircase leads to a living quarter consisting of two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, a gracious sitting area and a large storage closet. This floor features three exposures, south, west, north, consisting of 7 windows, and one original fireplace.

Fifth Floor: The steps lead up to a large storage or utility room of 440square feet and an access door to a roof deck. The storage room features three windows with three exposures south, east & west.

Situated on an elegant tree-lined block between Park & Lexington Avenues, this 1850's Renaissance Revival style townhouse awaits restoration. Located in the heart of Murray Hill Historic District. The house is adjacent to a Church property with gardens. There is room for an elevator. Building for sale! This lovely 5 story townhouse in the heart of Manhattan is perfect for conversion to 1-family home. Needs complete renovation.
Beautiful Tree-Lined 16.8' x 98' lot Townhouse. Five story 16.8'x 80' built with an additional half floor (sixth). Lots of Original Details. Seven Wood Burning Fireplaces.

Ground Floor: Formerly an English basement, the exterior entrance steps lead down a full floor caretaker's apartment with a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, work area. Two south windows, one north window.

Parlor Floor: Gracious stoop with steps up to a front door that opens to a reception area in the front and a conference room/library, office and bathroom in the rear. Two south windows, two east windows, one north window.

Second Floor: Elegant staircase leads up to a magnificent floor featuring the original herringbone flooring, and all original molding and details intact. Front room, with two floor to ceiling windows that face north, has a beautiful fireplace. Rear room, which serves as a formal dining room, also features an original fireplace and a window that faces south. Rear extension features a large kitchen and a pantry with one south facing window and two east facing windows.

Third Floor: The original staircase leads up to a living quarter consisting of a living room, bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, dining area and kitchen. This floor features four exposures, north, south, east and west, consisting of 8 windows and two original fireplaces.

Fourth Floor: The staircase leads to a living quarter consisting of two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, a gracious sitting area and a large storage closet. This floor features three exposures, south, west, north, consisting of 7 windows, and one original fireplace.

Fifth Floor: The steps lead up to a large storage or utility room of 440square feet and an access door to a roof deck. The storage room features three windows with three exposures south, east & west.

Situated on an elegant tree-lined block between Park & Lexington Avenues, this 1850's Renaissance Revival style townhouse awaits restoration. Located in the heart of Murray Hill Historic District. The house is adjacent to a Church property with gardens. There is room for an elevator.

Amenities

Laundry Room; Roof Deck;

  • Laundry Room
  • Roof Deck
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

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Building for sale ! This lovely 5 story townhouse in the heart of Manhattan is perfect for conversion to 1 family home.

Description

Building for sale! This lovely 5 story townhouse in the heart of Manhattan is perfect for conversion to 1-family home. Needs complete renovation.
Beautiful Tree-Lined 16.8' x 98' lot Townhouse. Five story 16.8'x 80' built with an additional half floor (sixth). Lots of Original Details. Seven Wood Burning Fireplaces.

Ground Floor: Formerly an English basement, the exterior entrance steps lead down a full floor caretaker's apartment with a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, work area. Two south windows, one north window.

Parlor Floor: Gracious stoop with steps up to a front door that opens to a reception area in the front and a conference room/library, office and bathroom in the rear. Two south windows, two east windows, one north window.

Second Floor: Elegant staircase leads up to a magnificent floor featuring the original herringbone flooring, and all original molding and details intact. Front room, with two floor to ceiling windows that face north, has a beautiful fireplace. Rear room, which serves as a formal dining room, also features an original fireplace and a window that faces south. Rear extension features a large kitchen and a pantry with one south facing window and two east facing windows.

Third Floor: The original staircase leads up to a living quarter consisting of a living room, bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, dining area and kitchen. This floor features four exposures, north, south, east and west, consisting of 8 windows and two original fireplaces.

Fourth Floor: The staircase leads to a living quarter consisting of two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, a gracious sitting area and a large storage closet. This floor features three exposures, south, west, north, consisting of 7 windows, and one original fireplace.

Fifth Floor: The steps lead up to a large storage or utility room of 440square feet and an access door to a roof deck. The storage room features three windows with three exposures south, east & west.

Situated on an elegant tree-lined block between Park & Lexington Avenues, this 1850's Renaissance Revival style townhouse awaits restoration. Located in the heart of Murray Hill Historic District. The house is adjacent to a Church property with gardens. There is room for an elevator. Building for sale! This lovely 5 story townhouse in the heart of Manhattan is perfect for conversion to 1-family home. Needs complete renovation.
Beautiful Tree-Lined 16.8' x 98' lot Townhouse. Five story 16.8'x 80' built with an additional half floor (sixth). Lots of Original Details. Seven Wood Burning Fireplaces.

Ground Floor: Formerly an English basement, the exterior entrance steps lead down a full floor caretaker's apartment with a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, work area. Two south windows, one north window.

Parlor Floor: Gracious stoop with steps up to a front door that opens to a reception area in the front and a conference room/library, office and bathroom in the rear. Two south windows, two east windows, one north window.

Second Floor: Elegant staircase leads up to a magnificent floor featuring the original herringbone flooring, and all original molding and details intact. Front room, with two floor to ceiling windows that face north, has a beautiful fireplace. Rear room, which serves as a formal dining room, also features an original fireplace and a window that faces south. Rear extension features a large kitchen and a pantry with one south facing window and two east facing windows.

Third Floor: The original staircase leads up to a living quarter consisting of a living room, bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, dining area and kitchen. This floor features four exposures, north, south, east and west, consisting of 8 windows and two original fireplaces.

Fourth Floor: The staircase leads to a living quarter consisting of two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, a gracious sitting area and a large storage closet. This floor features three exposures, south, west, north, consisting of 7 windows, and one original fireplace.

Fifth Floor: The steps lead up to a large storage or utility room of 440square feet and an access door to a roof deck. The storage room features three windows with three exposures south, east & west.

Situated on an elegant tree-lined block between Park & Lexington Avenues, this 1850's Renaissance Revival style townhouse awaits restoration. Located in the heart of Murray Hill Historic District. The house is adjacent to a Church property with gardens. There is room for an elevator.

Amenities

Laundry Room; Roof Deck;

  • Laundry Room
  • Roof Deck
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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