21 E 84th St #TH
New York, NY 10028 (Upper East Side)
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21 E 84th St #TH
New York, NY 10028

(Upper East Side)
  • 5 beds
  • 6 baths
  • 7,980 sqft
  • Townhouse
Off Market
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21 E 84th St #TH
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  • 1 Elementary School

    5 Middle Schools

    2 High Schools

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  • Lowest crime relative to the rest of New York county.

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  • 19% of residents commute by car.

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  • 1113 Restaurants

    96 Grocery stores

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Home Details

Overview
  • Townhouse
  • 5 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 7,980 sqft
  • $2,243/sqft
  • 46 views
Description

A wonderful historic home at a prestigious Madison Avenue address! This incredible 115-year-old, 5-story elevator townhouse at the northwest corner of Madison and 84th Street is a special NYC treasure. Designed by the famed Grant's Tomb architect John Duncan in 1889, the building, formerly known as the Lynd House, was one of six townhouses built in the same style by Robert B. Lynd. Located in a coveted neighborhood just one block east of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, this distinguished property enjoys 22' and 70' of frontage on Madison and 84th Street respectively. Comprising 7980 square feet, the building is located within a C5-1 zone, permitting virtually all commercial and residential uses on an as-of-right basis. The home includes a separate high-income commercial unit on the ground floor with its own entrance and sought-after Madison Avenue address (1130 Madison), which once housed the Shepherd Gallery, a 19th-Century European art dealer for over 30 years. Currently Artbag, a specialty custom leather goods store, is the tenant in place. A grand staircase, or an elevator can transport you in style between the floors, down to the residential entrance located on 84th Street. Four stories of living space, an English basement plus cellar and a roof deck offer wonderful possibilities to ensure a luxurious lifestyle. Throughout the residence, dramatic ceiling heights inspire awe, as do an abundance of well-preserved and restored original details such as oak wood inlay flooring, mahogany and other hardwood interior walls, original 1899 stained-glass panels, 6 large wood-burning fireplaces, exquisite skylights, double-paned windows on the sleeping levels, and crystal chandeliers that catch the sun's rays from huge picture and leaded glass windows. The 44 windows in the house allow for the sun drenched S/E exposure to capture bright light all day. Many modern upgrades like a new boiler, central air and 2-alarm security system have also been incorporated to provide for ultimate comfort. The epitome of elegance and sophistication, this grand home boasts a total of 15 rooms with 4-5 bedrooms, 6 baths, foyer, grand parlor, living room, dining room and a newly renovated kitchen (2008). The master suite with a fireplace is privately situated on the 3rd floor, while 3 additional bedrooms tucked away on the 4th. There's also a laundry room, wine cellar, cedar closet and extra cool storage in the basement, wrought-iron fenced balcony over 84th Street overlooking the Museums and Central Park, plus a wet bar for entertaining just inside the French doors. The roof has an amazing potential for landscaping and customizing as your own private outdoor oasis. Artbag lease till 2015

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Real Estate Trends
Average Listing Price for 10028
$5,870,669
Median Sale Price for 10028
$1,057,500
Average Sale price/sqft for 10028
$1,470/sqft
34% below listing price/sqft
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