Luxurious Upper East Side Townhouse Fetches Impressive $9M

Posted On Fri, December 12, 2014 By

Posted On Fri, December 12, 2014 By In Interiors, Recent Sales, Upper East Side

Massive townhouses that have received a modern overhaul can often feel cold and museum-like, but this Upper East Side stunner has managed to maintain its warm, cozy feel after getting a state-of-the-art contemporary upgrade from two-family home to one.

Located at 435 East 87th Street, the five-story, six-bedroom home just sold for an impressive $8.9 million, according to city records. It was built in 1901, but its 6,500-square-foot interior has been completely reimagined as the ultimate “luxury entertainers’ home.” The classic décor, along with touches of the home’s history like crown moldings and a sweeping staircase, make it pretty clear why the new owners dropped such a pretty penny.

435 East 87th Street

435 East 87th Street

All five of the townhouse’s floors are connected by an elevator in addition to the grand, sweeping staircase. The home boasts three wood-burning fireplaces, a media room with beautiful oak flooring, a grand gallery, a living room/library, and two wet bars.

435 East 87th Street

435 East 87th Street

The master suite occupies an entire floor, complete with a Calacatta marble en-suite bathroom, dressing room, and study. There are also 925 square feet of outdoor space in this perfect family home, including a 700-square-foot garden with Roman Travertine stone paving; an entrance-level courtyard; and upper-level balcony. If you’re swooning over this townhouse like we are, be sure to click through the gallery below for even more drool-worthy photos.

[Listing: 435 East 87th Street by Marci Kahan and Madeline Strobing of Coldwell Banker Bellmarc]

Photos via Coldwell Banker Bellmarc

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Neighborhoods : Upper East Side



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