Located between Park and Madison amongst the finest addresses on the Upper East Side, 64 East 77th is a unique 5-story single-family elevator townhouse. Originally built circa 1877, this Georgian Style home is the last remaining of a row of similar homes built for developer James V.S. Wooley. The current façade of red brick and mansard roof were adaptations erected in 1925 before the property was owned by John Junius Morgan in 1931.
Most recently housing a fine arts gallery, this open and loft-like home has been updated to include an elevator servicing all five floors, central heat and air and clean line white- box walls. Each floor is bright and airy, accessible either by the beautiful staircase or by elevator and is open front to back. The top floor has the added skylights providing vibrant light.
This Landmarked townhouse is currently configured as an intimate single-family. With buildable square footage available, the option to create larger rooms, additional bathrooms, a roof terrace and a finished basement make this a wonderful opportunity to create a dream oasis. See alternate floorplans attached for design inspiration.
A jewel box in the heart of the most fashionable part of Manhattan and just a stone's throw to Central Park, this property is a sanctuary in the city for the most discerning tastes.