A luxury home, custom-designed by the world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, has hit the market for $12,525,000 with Jennifer A Reardon, Leighton C Candler, and Julia Kay Goodman of Corcoran. 20 East End Avenue’s three-story Upper East Side townhouse gives residents the privacy and benefits of a townhome, while still having the amenities and services of a condo.
Spanning 5,201 square feet of interior space and 663 square feet of private exterior space, this Upper East Side townhouse is full of elegant details such as herringbone-patterned Appalachian white oak floors, oversized casement windows, and a gas fireplace. With their own private entrance from the street, residents are welcomed in by a gracious foyer with a grand circular staircase.
The living room is perfect for entertaining as it is large and airy and opens up to a private landscaped courtyard.
The home boasts a large chef’s kitchen with Gaggenau 400 series appliances and custom cabinetry designed by Robert A.M. Stern.
The master suite has a morning kitchen and two large walk-in closets.
Three additional bedrooms, each with en-suite baths, complete the second level.
A private interior elevator takes you to the vast lower level with a large flexible space that can be turned into a screening room, kids’ playroom, or game room.
The lower level also features a half bath (convertible into a full bath) and a large utility room with a washer, dryer, and sink.
The lower level offers an entrance to 20 East End’s luxurious amenities such as a fully-equipped fitness center, a spa featuring sauna, steam and private treatment room, a teen arcade, a library with adjoining billiards, and card and bar rooms.