20 East 65th Street
This mansion condominium, Residence A is an 11 room, 6,000 square foot, prewar, full-service home staffed with Doorman. Listed by the National Register of Historic Places and registered with the Landmarks Preservation Society, this 25 ft. wide private Mansion residence was built in 1880 and modified in 1901 for Edward Nathan Gibbs, the Treasurer of the New York City Life Insurance Company. The interior was rebuilt in 2006 and converted to two separate homes. The full Limestone Beaux-Arts exterior facade remains in near-original condition.
One of the most elegant townhouse mansions, this masterpiece offers stunning period architectural details, new interior finishes, 21st Century mechanicals, private elevator and 4 wood-burning fireplaces. Near Central Park between Fifth and Madison Avenues, this residence offers the privacy and luxury of townhouse living with the services and security of the finest full-service residences in Manhattan, ideal for residential or investment purchase.
Size: 6,000 Sq. Ft.
Bathrooms: 3 Full, 3 Half
Specialty Items: 11 Rooms, Doorman, Listed by the National Register of Historic Places, Registered with the Landmarks Preservation Society, 25 Ft. Wide, Built in 1880, Modified in 1901, Interior Rebuilt in 2006.
Address: 20 East 65th Street, New York, New York, United States, 10065