It can be seen in episodes of Succession, Gossip Girl And Manifesto and now a six-story New York townhouse on East 75th Street in Manhattan is going on the market for $14.995 million. The 6,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, six-bath home is located in the heart of the Upper East Side, just a few blocks from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Situated on a tree-lined block, the townhouse has been renovated with contemporary accents and finishes, including solid 12cm European white oak plank floors, with interior design overseen by Inson Duboishout. The house was featured in the company’s 2016 Rizzoli book, Inson Dubois Wood: Interiors.
The townhouse, with an open floor plan style, also offers a glass rear facade that opens to 2,000 square feet of landscaped outdoor space, including terraces. The custom-made eat-in kitchen, designed by Arclinea, features Miele appliances and a Statuarietto marble island with a built-in workspace. A high-speed elevator reaches all floors.
Additional details include a custom steel staircase, a living room with a wet bar, a gas fireplace surrounded by varnished ebony millwork and garden views. The library on the same floor is clad in wenge wood and contains a hidden screen three meters high, allowing it to also be used as a media room.
The primary suite occupies the entire fourth floor. It features a fireplace, a dressing room, a walk-in closet, a wood-paneled office with windows overlooking the garden. The primary bathroom features a freestanding bath, separate shower, Dornbracht fixtures and white marble statues.
Upstairs are two bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms on the fifth and a glass-enclosed penthouse lounge currently set up as a home gym. On this level there are also two terraces, one of which overlooks the bell towers of St. Jean Baptiste Churchopened in 1913.
A lower level garden level includes a bedroom, full bath, laundry (one of two in the townhouse), storage and a media room that overlooks the landscaped garden, including a Wolf grill.
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