This lavish 25′ wide, six-story mansion is located at 232 East 63rd Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. It is owned by fertilizer magnate Alexander Rovt and was built in 2011. It boasts 11,400 square feet of living space with hand painted moldings and railings, Venetian plaster, Brazilian cherry herringbone floors, solid core wood doors, and 21st century technology. The garden level offers a grand foyer with heated marble floor, sweeping 2-story oval staircase, library/gathering room and a garage. The parlor floor offers a large gourmet kitchen and living room. The third floor offers the master bedroom and a bedroom suite. The 4th floor offers two bedroom suites and a small library. The fifth floor offers a cigar room, home theater and a maid’s room. The cellar level offers an award-winning indoor swimming pool with jacuzzi, gym and storage rooms. There is also an elevator, formal garden and a rooftop deck. It is listed at $27,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    Yay for a garage and indoor pool. Location-wise, it looks like a dingy street. Also, it looks like there’s an exit to the public parking garage directly next door to this place. The interior is nice for the most part, but the woodwork looks cheap for some reason.




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  • Grrrowler

    Eww, I don’t like it. I do like that the exterior was designed to look old, but that’s all I like. The interior is extravagant and tacky at the same time. For $27 million I’d have to gut the entire thing. The street doesn’t look dingy to me…it looks like a New York street. But, I don’t think I’d want a townhouse surrounded by a bunch of apartment buildings. For the money, this place is definitely a miss.




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  • rob

    This would be kind of my dream house in New York. The size is great and I like the indoor pool. I like the fact that it is free standing and you don’t have neighbors on the other side of the walls. YOu also do not have to go through lobbies or share elevators with other tenants. This would have to be gutted, of course, but, since there is no shortage of great decorators in New York, that should not be a problem. Unless the neighborhood is terrible, and it says upper East Side, so how terrible could it be, then I like this better than some of the apartments that have been on here lately.




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  • Tay

    OMG a garage!




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  • Doug

    PS everyone check out this penthouse on the Upper West Side that just came to market, it’s a good location, although not my favorite. But for the amount of square footage definitely worth the nearly $40 million. http://www.elliman.com/new-york-city/manhattan/upper-west-side/535-west-end-avenue–unit-ph/535-west-end-avenue/meszrsc




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