Location: 7 E 84th Street, New York, NY

Square Footage: 13,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

Price: $29,000,000

This brick townhouse/mansion is located at 7 E 84th Street in New York, NY. 

It was built in 1920 and features approximately 13,000 square feet of living space on 6 floors with 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, foyer with staircase, elevator, formal living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry, family room, library, wine cellar with tasting room, 1-car garage and more.

Outdoor features include a garden with fountain.

It is listed at $29,000,000.



  • horselips

    Maybe for a third of the asking price – just maybe. Given the recent super-spike in crime, De Blasio’s New York is no place to invest this kind of money just for a big-ass apartment. Sadly, politics sometimes interferes with real estate.


  • Barnabus Samuel

    Horselips…………I don’t mean to be purposely insulting, but your pricing theories are oh-so-VERY flawed yet again as you clearly havne’t the slightest clue about luxury real estate in Manhattan. I cannot believe I’m saying this, but the price for this VERY large townhouse (not apartment) is a steal, comparatively. The place is IMPECCABLY renovated & decorated, has a TRUE gourmet chef’s kitchen (a horribly overused and abused term used to describe almost any kitchen that has mid-grade materials & appliances today) and this is coming from someone who obssesses about GOOD mid-century, contemporary and art deco/moderne interiors & architecture. Period correct, very “generous” French, English or Rocco themed houses usually make me claustrophobic, but this one is stunning and stunningly well priced, too boot.


  • PS1

    As with many dwellings of this period, the rooms’ proportions are stunning; generous, but, not overwhelming. The quality of the furnishings, flooring, wall coverings, etc., should be the standard by which “luxury” should be measured.