This grand Limestone mansion is located at East 94th Street off Fifth Avenue in Carnegie Hill in New York City, NY. It is known for its elegant 1892 Cass Gilbert facade with full car garage. The 25′ wide home boasts 15 rooms over 6 stories with a windowed basement. It offers 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, 6 fireplaces, elevator, eat-in kitchen, formal living room, formal oval shaped dining room, gym sauna, terrace, garden, outdoor grill, pergola with sitting area and outdoor dining. It is listed at $26,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Love it. And it has a drive-in garage!




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a little far north for my liking; I’d prefer it no higher than 85th street. The drive-in garage is great, and such a rarity. The interior has a lot of promise, and it looks like there are a lot of original details, which I love. The interior decoration is totally lackluster in its current form. I would change the layout somewhat as well. I don’t like the master bedroom on the top floor. It’s louder up there, plus it’s going to get tedious walking up several flights of stairs every single day/night. I would have put the master suite on a lower level, put the gym on the top floor, and then allow the terrace to be accessible without going through the master suite. There would also be room inside on the top floor for a small kitchenette to service the terrace (along with a dumbwaiter of course).




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    • Nibs Niven

      “it’s going to get tedious walking up several flights of stairs every single day/night.”

      So why not use the elevator?




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m always prepared to scoff at NYC properties and say how much I dislike them, but this has a lot of eyeball appeal to me. The facade is simple and classic, there’s that fabulous garage(!) and the place has serious potential inside. I actually really like Grrrowler’s hypothetical modifications, that seems to make more sense than how it’s laid out currently. A 6-story home is difficult for me to fathom, but I can’t help but like the place.

    And…ok, I MIGHT be about to make myself sound incredibly stupid, but those of you who are more familiar with NYC real estate can enlighten me. $26 million sounds suspiciously low to me…for a home this freakin’ huge, within spitting distance of Central Park…am I missing something? I just keep thinking of all those tiny apartments that sell for the same money…is it as simple as being at a prestigious address that makes those other places so expensive or what?




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    • NOVA Ben

      I just took a look at this home in Streetview, and I really like how there are windows facing out the sides of the home, even though it is a townhouse. It’s nice having more than the typical front & back facing windows that you often get stuck with in interior unit townhouses, so it’s nice to see those.




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