FAÇADE FRIDAY: 24 West 71st Street

24 West 71st Street

Record-Setting Elevator Mansion 24 West 71st Street Price: $25,500,000 As featured in The New York Times From the moment you ascend the stoop and see the granite and terra-cotta façade, you can tell that this is a special house. Architects Hugh Lamb and Charles Alonzo Rich faced the garden and parlour floors in “peachy-pinky” rough-cut […]

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#FacadeFriday | 331 West 87th Street

331 West 87th Street

331 West 87th Street C. P. H. Gilbert Townhouse, Steps from Riverside Park Price: $3,995,000 Located on a picturesque townhouse block, this Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert house is rich with original details: a bridal bench, a beautiful skylight, original restored floors, a Juliet balcony, fireplaces with original mantelpieces, and an original intercom. High ceilings and […]

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Facade Friday: 154 West 73rd Street

154 west 73rd street

  20′-Wide, Renovated Single-Family: State-of-the-Art Comfort and Luxury Living 154 West 73rd Street $12,900,000 20′ x 102.17′ Built 70′ deep It all starts when you take off your shoes and feel the radiant warmth from these gorgeous floors. Leveled during the renovation, this stained quartersawn white oak floor with radiant sub-floor heating system provides luxurious […]

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Façade Friday: 140 West 75th Street


  West 75th Street is tree-lined and peaceful, with dozens of townhouses on both sides. As townhouse blocks go, the 70s are some of the most desirable in the city. They are pretty, colorful, luxury blocks stretching from Central Park on the east to Riverside Park on the west. These are the blocks that the […]

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Façade Friday: 1 Sidney Place

1 sidney Place front

This brownstone received the Brooklyn Heights Association Award for Most Improved Exterior in the Heights. Live on a beautiful street, just steps away from Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Promenade, and numerous subways, with not one but two parking places of your own. As a corner house, 1 Sidney Place is much deeper than most townhouses, and […]

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