170 East 80th Street is a one-of-a-kind Toshiko Mori-designed property situated three blocks from Central Park in the heart of the Upper East Side. Mixed-use zoning allows for residential and commercial end-use possibilities.
Comprised of a 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom townhouse over a stunning gallery and event space, this 11,000 sq. ft. masterpiece blends Eastern and Western design themes with environmentally sustainable materials and green architectural elements. The brick façade is punctuated by stone detailing and alluring wrought-iron entry gates with leaf silhouettes. The building was originally a carriage house constructed at the turn of the 19th Century and was used by historic fabric artists D.D. and Leslie Tillett.
The five-story residence has a private entrance, an elevator serving every floor, and several private outdoor spaces. The main floor is a floor-through living room, dining room, and kitchen with a powder room and wet bar. The dining room overlooks the waterfall below, and the kitchen features high-end finishes and appliances.
The upper floors contain 5 bedrooms and a spacious library/office that can be used as an additional bedroom. The primary suite opens onto a serene garden terrace, and all secondary bedrooms have custom closets and en-suite bathrooms. The rooftop terrace has lush planters and wood decking. Finishing the residence is an incredible above-grade 2,300 sq. ft. basement with a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, Finland cedar sauna, and endless possibilities to create an incredible home gym, media room or den.
The gallery/event space has wrought-iron carriage house entry doors, reinforced gallery walls, and a powder room for guests. It has hosted exhibits for contemporary and international art and events for renowned brands Rolls Royce, Gucci, Remy, SONY, Clé de Peau, Beauté, FENDI, and more. At the rear of the gallery is a breathtaking 22 × 33-foot indoor waterfall and tranquility pool. This space could also easily be converted into a private garage for the residence.
170 East 80th Street is moments from all the incredible dining and shopping destinations on the Upper East Side. It is three blocks from Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Museum Mile.
Dishwasher Doorman Pets Allowed Washer / Dryer in Unit Private Outdoor Space BUILDING AMENITIES Bike Room Community Recreation Facilities Garage Parking Gym Laundry in Building Media Room Virtual Doorman Wheelchair Access LISTING AMENITIES Central Air City View Garden View Hardwood Floors Roof Rights Skyline View OUTDOOR SPACE Balcony Courtyard Garden Private Roof Deck Roof Deck Roof Rights Terrace
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