One of @guestofaguest list of the 5 Most Instagrammable Spots on the Upper East Side. Rent this exquisitely renovated 18.6" wide 5 story single-family townhouse. $29,500 a month for a one year lease; $28,500 a month for a two year lease. Enjoy your 24/7 private key entrance to Jones Wood Garden, a leafy enclave established in 1920 with landscape accreditation from the @nybg. This magnificent garden is shared by 12 owners featuring a lush oasis of trees, flowers, and fountain hidden from the street and only accessible through the back doors of this home and the adjacent 11 neighbors, located between Lexington and Third Avenues on 65th and 66th Streets. In 1919, architect Edward Shepard Hewitt and William Emerson rrecreated this home originally built by John B. Snook in the 1860s and the other neighboring townhouses to resemble London townhomes, eliminating the stoop and creating the 100 x 108 interior garden. Located on a beautiful tree-lined block, the gated garden-like entrance draws one into this classic and chic designed home with 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 4 wood-burning fireplaces, stunning well-proportioned rooms and an abundance of light. Cellar: Full Cellar which houses laundry, storage and all mechanicals including gas/hot water heaters, two cedar closets and additional storage. Garden Floor: From the garden-like entrance, one enters the elegant Entry hall. The Formal Dining Room faces the tree-lined block with Herringbone maple wood floor. Enjoy cooking in the huge chef's kitchen overlooking Jones Wood Garden with granite countertops, Woodmode and custom Brookhaven cabinetry, stainless steel Thermador ovens and cooktop, Subzero refrigerator, 2 dishwashers, 2 sinks, a wine refrigerator and wide planked maple wood floors. Create your own Instagram as you enjoy the garden views from the breakfast room or step out into the garden with your morning cup of coffee. Powder Room and Butler's Pantry round out this garden floor. Parlor Floor: Truly a Great Room, this baronial sized Open Entertaining Area with Parquet de Versailles mahogany wood floors features two wood-burning fireplaces and a balcony and balcony overlooking Jones Wood Garden. Third Floor: Two Bedrooms both with wood burning fireplaces and en-suite Bathrooms. Fourth Floor: Two Bedrooms; the South facing Bedroom has bay windows facing Jones Wood Garden and en-suite Bath and the North facing Bedroom has a hall Bathroom. Fifth Floor: With exceptional vaulted ceilings and skylights, this additional Den/Media Room features Parquet de Versailles walnut wood floors plus huge glass sliding doors leading to a planted terrace facing North onto the tree-lined block and a South facing balcony overlooking Jones Wood Garden. The Townhouse has 2 zones of Central Air Conditioning and 4 zones of heat plus a Ductless HVAC unit servicing the 5th Floor. A new boiler was installed in 2007 and 2 new hot water heaters were installed in 2016. There is an alarm system, hard wired carbon monoxide detectors in the basement and hardwired smoke and fire detectors on the Kitchen and Bedroom floors. This is a rare opportunity to live in a New York City treasure and start your own most instagrammable traditions.