The five-story house near Central Park in between Madison and Fifth Avenue in NYC is up for sale. The expansive house was built in 1878 and resembled an English Townhouse. The house spanned over 10,000 sq ft and was designed in the English neoclassical style. The house encompasses herringbone floors, six fireplaces, a formal square staircase, and elegant bay windows. The house was featured in Nicole Kidman drama The Undoing. Only the exterior was used in the house, while the townhouse’s interior wasn’t used in The Undoing TV series. The house is up for sale at a whopping price of $30 Million.Image Credit: Daily Mail / VitalThrills.com
The property is lavish and elegant; there is a room upstairs with a large glass door bay-style window and an en suite bathroom. The rest of the two rooms also comes with an en suite bathroom. The fourth floor, which functions as a lower one, could be used as a duplex and transformed into a grand room. It would be an ideal choice to live in an architecturally significant property in the uptown in NYC. Bloomingdale, Oscar Hammerstein, Woolworth, and Brokaw are a few of the prominent residents once lived on the street. If anyone is looking for a classy yet expensive property, then it could be the best choice to go for. Undoubtedly, it’s a rare opportunity to live in a high-end elite area.
NYC Home Featured in TV Series The Undoing Has Hit the Market for $30 Million. The property is expansive and luxurious and situated at extraordinary locations on the Upper East Side of NYC. The house was built for the elite of NYC. However, there is a spacious reception on the ground floor. The extravagant staircase leads to the second floor. There is a series of rooms on the parlor floor with entertainment, a library, and a grand dining room. There is a terrace alongside the dining room, which overlooks Townhouse gardens. If you are bankable and looking for a lavish place to live, then this property would be perfect for you.