22 East 93rd Street

Carnegie Hill   |   Fifth Avenue & Madison Avenue

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Building For Sale
$ 9,950,000 [ 9.13% | $ 1,000,000 ]
Ownership Income Property
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Per Annum] $ 92,606
Building Type Townhouse
Listing ID: 87768TH

Jason Bauer

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Property Description

Exceptional and Distinguished Carnegie Hill Brownstone Whether converted to a single-family home or maintained in its current configuration as an investment property, 22 East 93rd offers grand proportions (20 feet wide) and the opportunity to create a true masterpiece on one of Carnegie Hills most desirable blocks. This five-story home currently offers ten apartments, a unique opportunity for an investor, especially in the current rental market. (This home will be delivered vacant.) 22 East 93rd Street boasts soaring ceilings, grand proportions spanning over 6000 interior square feet, with additional FAR, along with a beautiful garden creating the perfect oasis for city living. The façade features original hand carved details and is one of several row houses built in Romanesque Revival style by the father and son team of Walter Reid and Walter Reid, Jr. in 1892. *Note: Interior photos have been virtually staged. 22 East 93rd Street is located between Fifth and Madison Avenue, moments from Central Park and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir amidst the charming shops and wonderful restaurants of the Upper East Side. Positioned on Museum Mile, it is an easy excursion to many museums and cultural institutions including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Jewish Museum, and The Cooper Hewitt.
Exceptional and Distinguished Carnegie Hill Brownstone Whether converted to a single-family home or maintained in its current configuration as an investment property, 22 East 93rd offers grand proportions (20 feet wide) and the opportunity to create a true masterpiece on one of Carnegie Hills most desirable blocks. This five-story home currently offers ten apartments, a unique opportunity for an investor, especially in the current rental market. (This home will be delivered vacant.) 22 East 93rd Street boasts soaring ceilings, grand proportions spanning over 6000 interior square feet, with additional FAR, along with a beautiful garden creating the perfect oasis for city living. The façade features original hand carved details and is one of several row houses built in Romanesque Revival style by the father and son team of Walter Reid and Walter Reid, Jr. in 1892. *Note: Interior photos have been virtually staged. 22 East 93rd Street is located between Fifth and Madison Avenue, moments from Central Park and the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir amidst the charming shops and wonderful restaurants of the Upper East Side. Positioned on Museum Mile, it is an easy excursion to many museums and cultural institutions including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Jewish Museum, and The Cooper Hewitt.

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22 East 93rd Street Carnegie Hill New York NY 10128

Building Details [22 East 93rd Street]

Ownership Income Property
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Walk-up
Block/Lot 1504/58
Zoning R10
Building Type Townhouse
Floors 5

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