Location: 5 East 93rd Street, New York, NY

Square Footage: 6,800

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms

Price: $19,995,000

This newly listed 21.5 foot wide townhouse is located at 5 East 93rd Street in New York, NY. It was built by A.B. Ogden and Son in 1893 and completely restored in recent years. It features approximately 6,800 square feet of living space on 5 floors, plus a basement and rooftop terrace. A staircase and elevator connect all levels. The ground floor features an informal dining room, gourmet kitchen, powder room and access to a garden. The 1st floor features formal living and dining rooms. The 2nd floor features a library and the master suite. The 3rd floor features 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a terrace. The 4th floor features 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The rooftop level features a solarium and terrace. The basement features a computer room, storage rooms and a bathroom.

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  • Daniel

    With a proper renovation and a good interior designer, this could be fantastic.




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  • Mak

    Love the rawness of the kitchen.




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  • Grrrowler

    This is completely restored? I think they missed the kitchen. Don’t get me wrong: I think the kitchen is really interesting, but it doesn’t look up to the task of cooking a modern meal. I love seeing so many what I assume are original details throughout the house, and a good designer could make this amazing. I hope someone doesn’t go all “London” on it.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yes they definitely forgot the kitchen haha




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    Looks like these folks eat at a fast food place, with no kitchen. I do not like some of the furniture, but other than that this is some townhome.




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  • Michael

    A townhouse right out of the 1890s with kitchen appliances right out of the 1980s.




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  • Eric2

    Well now THIS is a pleasant surprise!!

    A historical NYC Mansion that has been actually been restored to it’s historical roots! Where “Restored” in this case does NOT mean gutted and made to look a soulless contemporary white interior 😛




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