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2 East 82nd Street

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Aug 2, 2023
It previously was on the market for a total of 826 days.
826 days on Market

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Key Details

  • Listed: Apr 28, 2021
    Last Price Change: -24% ($6M) on Dec 6
    Days on Market: 826
    Building Type: Townhouse
    Neighborhood: Carnegie Hill (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 684 times
Monthly Real Estate Taxes: $13,488
Total Taxes & Fees: $13,488 ($1.10/ft2)
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $117,901 ($9.57/ft2)
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($3,800,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.

Description

2 East 82nd Street is an ideal property for a single-family mansion conversion, with an impressive 25-foot-wide Neo-Georgian white limestone and brick facade mansion originally designed by Schickel & Ditmars in 1901. (Please see residential virtual renderings for inspiration purposes)

Located right off Fifth Avenue on a historical block, lined with some of the Upper East Side finest examples of turn of the century architecture, moments away from The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park. Built on a 25-feet wide by 100-foot-deep lot and currently home to Marymount Lower Middle School of New York, this grand mansion measures approximate 12,300 sqft.

Originally built as a single-family mansion by architect Welch, Smith & Provot for W.W.

and T.M. Hall, renowned New York City builders and developers of the period for socialite Albert Gould Jennings who lived in the house until 1940.The Marymount School of New York fully renovated this mansion in 2003 to its current configuration and housed The Kips Bay Showhouse in 1999 before its renovation.

The multi-year renovation and restoration was completed with interiors by Samuel G. White, great-grandson of the famous Stanford White and exterior restoration by Richard Ciccarelli of Walter B.

Melvin Architects earning the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award from with the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission.

This renovation restored beautiful architectural elements such as an impressive wood-paneled spaces replete with intricate carvings, coffered ceilings, plaster moldings, stain glassed windows, and impressive fireplace mantels throughout, it also added many desirable features for any end user that converts this mansion back to its single-family mansion usage, such as an oversized commercial grade elevator that services every floor (7 in total), an exterior lift for handicap access and oversized deliveries from the street level, a full catering grade kitchen at the cellar level with a commercial size dumbwaiter, two internal staircases, updated engineering systems throughout, and reinforced steel structures.

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