163 East 64th Street

Upper East Side   |   Lexington Avenue & Third Avenue

Building For Sale
$ 19,500,000
Ownership Single Family
Lot Size 20'x100'
Floors/Apts 5/1
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Per Annum] $ 59,415
Building Type Townhouse
Building Size 20'x90'
Year Built 1872
ASF/ASM 8,000/743
Listing ID: 71170TH

Property Description

The Townhouse at 163 East 64th Street

The opportunity of a lifetime to own a 20-foot wide by 90-foot-deep Townhouse on one of the most coveted and beautiful blocks on the Upper East Side has arrived! Distinguished and bespoke details throughout, a stunning raked limestone & red clay brick facade with approximately 1,400 feet of air-rights make this townhouse poised for the next generation to acquire and create a forever home. 163 East 64th Street stands perfectly and beautifully on one of the most desirable tree-lined Townhouse blocks on the Upper East Side. This exquisite Neo-Georgian Townhouse offers timeless elegance, magnificent living spaces, haute craftsmanship, with the safety and privacy only a townhouse can offer.

Noted as one of the most distinguished Townhouses in New York built in 1872 by prestigious Architect John G. Prague, 163 East 64th Street spans 8,000 square feet and includes 15 voluminous ultra-chic rooms with an impressive 90’ depth floor-plates, soaring ceiling heights throughout, original and pristine architectural details from head to toe, 5-bedroom suites, 8 working fireplaces, 5 full baths and 3 powder rooms, a sublime 93'x 20' Parlor floor, a one-of-a-kind atrium fabricated by Lalique providing for stunning interior illumination, a private elevator servicing all levels including the European designed rooftop garden, original English pine library dating back to 1872, a lavish bar and more. Beyond the private gated entrance, one is greeted in the elegant entry forecourt with separate service entrance and radiant heat sidewalk and steps within, a proper and posh entry foyer. Along with the fairy-tail like rooftop garden, the home exudes chic sophistication and endless components to create your dream home. Additional features include a beautiful kitchen with high-end appliances, intimate and sweet private first floor garden, a full-height windowed basement with a temperature-controlled wine room, back-up generator, cedar closets, a private gymnasium, and state-of-the-art AV systems.

This exclusive location on East 64th Street and Lexington Avenue is extraordinarily distinct with 25 private townhouse residences on the North and South sides of the block. The neighbors of the block established its own Block Association in 1999, “East 64th Street Lexington to Third Avenue Neighbors Association Inc.,” which is well heeled, funded by its members and devoted to maintaining and continuously improving the aesthetic of the street. Recent additions include Bishop Crook Lampposts, metal Halide Luminaries, and updated tree pits and landscaping.

With her pristine, timeless, and elegant bones, this home is move in ready yet with minor cosmetic enhancements, the new owner has endless possibility to customize now or build as life grows and evolves. Current zoning allows for an additional square footage of approximately 1400 square feet to be added as a 5th floor with a private 6th floor deck above.

DISCOVER. ADORE. ACQUIRE!

Significant Details

Built 1872 | Architect John Prague
8,000 square feet interior
20 feet wide by an extraordinary 90 feet deep
1,400 FAR
5 bedrooms | 5 full baths | 3 powder rooms
Private Roof Garden
Private 1st floor garden off Kitchen
Security System
Gated Entrance

*** Additional photos available
The Townhouse at 163 East 64th Street

The opportunity of a lifetime to own a 20-foot wide by 90-foot-deep Townhouse on one of the most coveted and beautiful blocks on the Upper East Side has arrived! Distinguished and bespoke details throughout, a stunning raked limestone & red clay brick facade with approximately 1,400 feet of air-rights make this townhouse poised for the next generation to acquire and create a forever home. 163 East 64th Street stands perfectly and beautifully on one of the most desirable tree-lined Townhouse blocks on the Upper East Side. This exquisite Neo-Georgian Townhouse offers timeless elegance, magnificent living spaces, haute craftsmanship, with the safety and privacy only a townhouse can offer.

Noted as one of the most distinguished Townhouses in New York built in 1872 by prestigious Architect John G. Prague, 163 East 64th Street spans 8,000 square feet and includes 15 voluminous ultra-chic rooms with an impressive 90’ depth floor-plates, soaring ceiling heights throughout, original and pristine architectural details from head to toe, 5-bedroom suites, 8 working fireplaces, 5 full baths and 3 powder rooms, a sublime 93'x 20' Parlor floor, a one-of-a-kind atrium fabricated by Lalique providing for stunning interior illumination, a private elevator servicing all levels including the European designed rooftop garden, original English pine library dating back to 1872, a lavish bar and more. Beyond the private gated entrance, one is greeted in the elegant entry forecourt with separate service entrance and radiant heat sidewalk and steps within, a proper and posh entry foyer. Along with the fairy-tail like rooftop garden, the home exudes chic sophistication and endless components to create your dream home. Additional features include a beautiful kitchen with high-end appliances, intimate and sweet private first floor garden, a full-height windowed basement with a temperature-controlled wine room, back-up generator, cedar closets, a private gymnasium, and state-of-the-art AV systems.

This exclusive location on East 64th Street and Lexington Avenue is extraordinarily distinct with 25 private townhouse residences on the North and South sides of the block. The neighbors of the block established its own Block Association in 1999, “East 64th Street Lexington to Third Avenue Neighbors Association Inc.,” which is well heeled, funded by its members and devoted to maintaining and continuously improving the aesthetic of the street. Recent additions include Bishop Crook Lampposts, metal Halide Luminaries, and updated tree pits and landscaping.

With her pristine, timeless, and elegant bones, this home is move in ready yet with minor cosmetic enhancements, the new owner has endless possibility to customize now or build as life grows and evolves. Current zoning allows for an additional square footage of approximately 1400 square feet to be added as a 5th floor with a private 6th floor deck above.

DISCOVER. ADORE. ACQUIRE!

Significant Details

Built 1872 | Architect John Prague
8,000 square feet interior
20 feet wide by an extraordinary 90 feet deep
1,400 FAR
5 bedrooms | 5 full baths | 3 powder rooms
Private Roof Garden
Private 1st floor garden off Kitchen
Security System
Gated Entrance

*** Additional photos available

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Apartment Features

A/C [Central]
163 East 64th Street Upper East Side New York NY 10065

Building Details [163 East 64th Street]

Ownership Single Family
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Elevator
Block/Lot 1399/25
Building Size 20'x90'
Zoning R8B
Building Type Townhouse
Year Built 1872
Floors/Apts 5/1
Lot Size 20'x100'

Building Amenities

Alarm System
Fitness Facility
Garden
Gated Entry
Laundry Rooms
Roof Deck
Second Entry
Single Room Occupancy
Wine Cellar

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