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36 East 63rd Street
Townhouse in Lenox Hill •  building info
10bd • 10.5ba • 15,875ft² $3,780 per ft²
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Remarkable 40 FT wide Neo Georgian Mansion This elegant home was built by brothers, Elliott and John Cross (Cross & Cross) in 1930, as the "Hangar's Club", an exclusive club for business men involved in the development and financing of early aviation in America Esteemed Architect, Peter Pennoyer and architectural Historian Ann Walker, in their book, "New York Transformed: The architecture of Cross & Cross" describe the brothers and business partners as "Masters of their craft and well connected Society men, who oversaw the construction and development of dignified structures throughout New York City, from apartment houses to country estates of Society families and industry leaders" The Brother's achievements include diverse projects such as: The Art Deco RCA Victor Building (1931) , The Landmark Tiffany Building on 57th & Fifth. (1940), not to mention the exclusive 'One Sutton Place South cooperative building' designed in collaboration with Delano & Aldrich for the Phipps family (1927) George S. Chappell, writing about the property for the New Yorker magazine in 1931, said in these beautiful words: "A truly Georgian Design and a very successful one is that made by Cross & Cross. This might well be in some quiet London Street, so perfectly has the atmosphere of the gentlemen's club house being in our old Manhattan. The interiors of the property have the quiet intimacy and well bred quality predicated by the exterior . The interiors provided all the comforts of a well appointed house, that is, one designed for Captains of Business" In 2024, the dazzling outlook of 36 East 63rd Street is more evident than ever on this superb tree lined block: The striking beauty of its centered three story bowed facade from its base up in Flemish bond brickwork and limestone base and trimmed center window elevates the elegant design This glorious home consists of approximately 15,875 SF of interior space and about 2,775 of outdoor (Garden and Roof terrace) The secure formal entrance is an immediate invitation into the clean and minimalist elegance of this home. A very large gallery graced by a WBFP and extra large closet leads to the center Hall with its spectacular 1930 staircase ascending gracefully to the the top floor to reach a superb original cupola rising above it This Townhouse offers the exclusive use of two large elevators: A private and a service elevator. A special feature rarely found in Townhouses The residence has a traditional floor plan for an extremely refined lifestyle, it offers countless layout possibilities and is currently set up to accommodate 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, an Eat in kitchen and staff quarters The glamorous Parlor is simply divine in proportions, flow and light: The Grand Salon runs the entire width of the house in clean and contemporary aesthetics and features five beautiful floor to ceilings windows looking onto 63rd Street and its row of historic houses. The gracious flow is evident between the grand entertaining rooms of this floor. These also include a baronial Formal dining Room with its Parquet de Versailles as well a commodious Library - This elegant floor is an invitation for seamless entertaining on a very grand scale Private quarters start on the Third floor, with an exceptional Master suite consisting of a 38.9'x26' luminous Master Bedroom with its five large windows looking onto the charming historic block, exquisitely proportioned "his and hers" dressing rooms and separate bathrooms. A cozy study with a WBFP completes this private retreat The 4th Floor offers 4 beautifully proportioned bedrooms, each with ensuite bath as well as a staff room The 5th Floor includes 2 large south facing bedrooms with ensuite baths, a front Loft like (36'8x19'6) room with bath, an additional staff room with bath and two tremendous storage rooms The outdoors: The first floor features a garden/patio which runs the whole width of the residence, it is accessed through floor to ceiling French doors. In addition, a majestic 1250 SF roof top terrace comes as an exclusive and most desirable amenity for elegant outdoor entertaining with spectacular City views The lower level of the mansion includes a multitude of storage rooms, a large laundry room, an additional working kitchen connected to main one above by either the service staircase or dumbwaiter, the impeccably maintained mechanicals and a large screening room/Home theatre 36 East 63rd is certainly one of the most important mansions today in New York: A Townhouse for the ages. This is a co-exclusive with The Modlin Group.

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Asking Price: $60,000,000
30 Years
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$6,000,000 (10%)
Min: 10% (6,000,000)
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