FOR SALE: 127 East 69th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues)

$14.975 MILLION

127 East 69th Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues)

Manhattan

 

This 22-foot-wide five-story mixed-use townhouse, built in 1872 as one of 11 single-family rowhouses, is available in the Lenox Hill section of the Upper East Side Historic District. In 1903, the townhouse became home to William H. Woodin, a coin collector who later served as Treasury secretary under President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1919, the 8,046-square-foot property was updated with a new Flemish bond-and-brick facade. An antiques dealer occupies a commercial duplex, using the ground floor as an office and the floor above as a gallery. The third floor houses another art gallery, and the top two floors have two apartments — a three-bedroom duplex and an alcove penthouse studio. The building also features two rear terraces, an elevator, seven wood-burning fireplaces and seven skylights.

 

Seller: 127 East 69th Street

Brokers: Ron Cohen, Michael Besen and Madison O’Brien, Besen & Associates

 

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