This newly constructed five thousand square foot six-floor private residence presents a unique opportunity to live in a private home with private garage, on the coveted Upper East Side. Boasting six bedrooms, eight baths, private garage, along with a cellar and roof deck oasis this stunning home, set in the midst of world-class museums, shops, parks and playgrounds, is unparalleled for luxury living and entertaining
The layout of the townhouse flows seamlessly between every thoughtfully designed space. The formal entrance welcomes guests to the main house as well as providing access to the studio apartment on the first floor. This space, which can function as its own private apartment, can also easily serve as an additional family room, office or den. The private garage with a curb cut on the first floor also leads into the main house. On the second floor, the spacious chef’s kitchen is equipped with a Gaggenau stove and range, Miele dishwasher, and Sub-Zero refrigeration, while the separate living and dining rooms provide ample space for entertaining. The third floor is comprised entirely of the spectacular master bedroom that includes a fireplace-equipped library and dual walk-in closets. The upper levels of the townhouse are home to five bedrooms with their respective private en-suite bathrooms. Each features stylish walnut pocket doors and abundant light throughout. Each floor is accessible by private wood-paneled elevator and is comprehensively outfitted with iPad-controlled Savant units, audio speakers, and security system. The top floor wet bar is the perfect staging area for outdoor entertaining as you and your guests enjoy the sunshine and sweeping views of Manhattan and the East River from the expansive roof deck which includes an outdoor Jacuzzi and Wolf grill. The property has about 4,459 square feet of unused development rights.
182 East 94th Street’s façade is a timeless red brick design with casement windows, embracing the neighborhoods historic feel while infusing a downtown sensibility. The area is known for its aesthetic tradition, architecture, museums and restaurants, with the Guggenheim, Smithsonian Design Museum, and the Jewish Museum of New York all within a few blocks, while Central Park is minutes away and the 96th Street train stops are steps from your front door.