5 East 64th Street
64 & Fifth Upper East Side
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- Fifth Floor
- Fourth Floor
- Third Floor
- Second Floor
- First Floor
- Garden Level
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1. The house has an elevator accessible to all floors 2. The house is fully air-conditioned 3. The heat is gas heat 4. There is a full security system with video cameras
* Skylight * Back Bedroom * Dressing Room * Front Room - Media Room * Bathroom
* Back Bedroom with Juliet Balcony * Dressing Room and Bath * Front has two Bedrooms and bath * Balcony running entire width of house - accessible by French Doors
* Back Bedroom with wood floors and WBFP * French Doors leading out to Juliet Balcony * Bathroom * Front Bedroom with WBFP * Bathroom * Balcony running entire width of house - accessible by French Doors
* Large Drawing room (formerly Ballroom now used as Bedroom) * Exquisite wood floors (imported from an Austrian Castle) * Hand-Painted ceilings * Library - Beautiful front square room with WBFP, bookshelves * Grand Master Bath and Dressing Room * Balcony running entire width of house - accessible by French Doors
* Vestibule, Grand Marble Entry * Computer/Security Room * Garage (Now used as Office) * Powder Room * Drawing Room with WBFP * Library with white mosaic floors * Balcony running entire width of house - accessible by French Doors
* Fabulous private garden, landscaped with fountain * Step-down Dining Room with WBFP and all glass wall opening up to garden * Chef's Kitchen * Staff Room/Bath * Laundry * Powder Room
- Approx. Sq. Ft.12,156
This spectacular property is now on the market for the first time. Once owned by one of the greatest creative talents of the 20th century, this extra wide townhouse boasts a garage, a beautiful garden, and an unparalleled renovation with many striking features.
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