167 East 69th Street

Cool Listings, Upper East Side

167 east 69th Street, cool listings, townhouses, upper east side, art studio, garage, curb cut

If you’re an artist who needs space to create–or you’re just into having an artist-approved address–you’ll enjoy living and working in this 7,200-square-foot townhouse at 167 East 69th Street on the Upper East Side. The 25-foot-wide Neo-Georgian former carriage house–listed in April of 2018 for $18.95 million–is currently owned by Ann Brashares, author of the young adult series “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” and her husband, painter Jacob Collins. Previously, the building was owned by the Sculpture Center. Neighbors have included Mark Rothko and art dealer Larry Gagosian. Now, after a broker change and a price cut, it’s asking $14.995 million, studio, garage, curb cut, and artistic pedigree included.

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167 East 69th Street, Upper East Side, cool listings, Townhouses

If you’re a painter, a sculptor or a writer–or you just like to be in close proximity to their kind–you’d be in good company with this 7,200-square-foot townhouse at 167 East 69th Street in the Upper East Side. The 25-foot-wide Neo-Georgian former carriage house is currently owned by Ann Brashares, the author of young adult series “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” and her husband, painter Jacob Collins. The property itself was used by the Sculpture Center for “close to half a century,” according to the listing, and neighbors have included Mark Rothko and art dealer Larry Gagosian. It’s asking $18.95 million–curb cut and garage included.

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