A flawless 5-story townhouse with an impeccable limestone façade, expansive interiors, and extensive customization, this vast 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom single-family home is a study in contemporary luxury in New York City. Features of this 20-ft wide, 7,500 sq. ft. home include a commercial grade elevator servicing each level and the roof, ten zones of HVAC, massive windows, a masterfully restored central staircase, soaring 13-ft ceilings, a custom home automation system, wet bars on every floor, a south-facing garden, and a finished rooftop terrace with gorgeous views of the surrounding skyline.
The main entrance on the garden level opens into a gorgeous foyer adorned with a large cedar coat closet and a powder room. Past a central landing the home flows into a sitting room with a wet bar and custom Nana Wall folding glass doors that open directly into a private south-facing garden. One flight up, the parlor level contains a formal dining room and a stunning eat-in kitchen. The dining room boasts bi-fold doors that open into the garden below while the kitchen is equipped with a look-through gas fireplace, an eat-in peninsula, lavish marble countertops and backsplash, custom cabinetry, a walk-in pantry, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances.
On the third floor resides a sublime master suite that consists of a south-facing bedroom, a gas fireplace, a pair of dressing areas, and a cavernous master bathroom that features marble walls and floors, dual vanity sinks, a free-standing bathtub, a two-person walk-in steam shower, and heated flooring. The remaining five bedrooms and four bathrooms occupy the fourth and fifth levels of the home. In addition, the fifth level also contains a living room/play area. Crowning it all is a raised rooftop terrace that spans the length of the building. A pristine basement with 10-ft ceilings, a yoga studio/gym area, a cedar sauna, a steam room, a laundry space, and a spectacular glass-enclosed wine closet finishes the home.
156 East 62nd sits at the heart of the Upper East Side. It is surrounded by restaurants, cafes, shops, and grocery stores, and is only a few blocks away from Central Park. Nearby subway lines include the 4/5/6/N/R/W/Q/F.