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Extra-wide NYC townhouse with elevator lists for $24.8M

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A slice of old-world New York magnificence has hit the market. 

On Manhattan’s Higher East Aspect, an extra-wide limestone townhouse with 17 rooms and opulent customized particulars asks $24.8 million on the market.

“106 E. 71st St. checks many containers right now’s prime Lenox Hill townhouse patrons search for,” Erin Boisson Aries, who holds the listing with fellow Douglas Elliman agent Nic Bottero, advised The Put up of the palatial property through electronic mail. “It’s breathtaking in scale and stunningly detailed, palatial at 10,379 sq. ft, with ceiling heights over 13’ excessive on the parlor flooring, elevator service on all flooring, and completely grand on the most wanted 25’ width on a 100’ deep lot.”

The one-family townhouse was inbuilt 1910 and not too long ago underwent a “meticulous inside renovation,” in line with the brokers. This included the addition of recent customized plaster and wooden moldings, white oak plank flooring, intricate ceiling millwork, built-ins, oversize mahogany-trimmed home windows and the restoration of varied authentic components. 

There’s a “regal” patina balcony, seven woodburning fireplaces and a sweeping spiral staircase made from marble. All six flooring are accessible through an Otis elevator.

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The property is positioned on a 100-foot-deep lot.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
The townhouse is 25 ft broad, that means good house inside for eating and entertaining.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
The all-white kitchen.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
The townhouse doesn’t shy from outside areas.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
All six flooring are accessible through an Otis elevator.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
One among 10 complete bogs.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
The house additionally comes with oversize home windows and hardwood flooring.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
In sum, there are 17 rooms.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
The constructing was constructed in 1910.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
This outside space additionally has house for seating.
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upper east side extra-wide 1910 mansion
Trying down the marble staircase.
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The house is capped with a roof backyard seeking to views of Park Avenue and Central Park. There’s additionally a seventh flooring terrace accessible by French doorways — and a beneficiant, lantern-equipped deck looking over the yard.

There are 10 bogs in all — eight full, two half — and 7 bedrooms, with the first suite spanning your entire fourth flooring. This boasts a “multitude of additional closets” along with a “large” walk-in one, a main dressing room (or research) and two grasp baths. 

The opposite bedrooms are positioned up and down one stage, with two on every the third and fifth flooring. 

The all-white chef’s kitchen and open breakfast room share the first-floor with a house workplace and cupboard space, whereas the second flooring is devoted to the splendor of a proper entertaining space. On the backyard stage is the health club, the laundry, the mechanical rooms and the workers quarters. On the the highest flooring, there’s additionally a moist bar and media room.