Video of the Week: Take a Virtual Tour of Historic Neo-Georgian Townhouse in New York City

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New York, New York | The SamplePowers TeamSotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage

This exquisite Neo-Georgian townhouse offers timeless elegance and magnificent living spaces. Originally constructed in 1872 by the notable architect John Prague, the home’s interiors are beautifully designed by Ronald Bricke.

The raked limestone and red brick facade was designed by the craftsmen that restored the cathedral church of St. John the Divine and the property boasts more than 8,000 square-feet plus the ability to add an additional floor.

This townhouse exudes luxury while featuring inlaid marble and wood flooring, lush carpeting, exquisitely carved wood moldings and paneling, high gesso ceilings throughout, and resplendent fabric walls.

The top of the line French country, eat-in, kitchen features a Wolf gas range and cooktop, two Subzero refrigerators, double ovens, Meile dishwasher, walk-in wine cellar, and views over the garden below.

The extraordinary rooftop terrace conveys European elegance, featuring lush gardens with tree-lined views for a feeling of complete privacy. The walls have arched cut-outs and wrought iron railings against a red brick background with limestone accents. The terrace provides surround sound and the theatrical lightning while the statuesque fountain provides a stunning atmosphere.

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