On a beautiful tree-lined Upper East Side block, rests the stunning row of beaux-arts brownstones built in the early 1900s. Originally a private home for the well established and cultured New Yorkers (Andrew Carnegie and Vanderbilts lived nearby). The current owners purchased the property with plans for a complete renovation and restoration of the facade, including the addition of the original designed stoop that was sadly demolished in the 50’s.
In 2011, schematic design started with all areas surveyed and designed with the utmost care and detail. The conversion back to a single family home gave way for new ideas and modern amenities while maintaining the historical character. The most prominent interior feature is the central elliptical stair with dome skylight. Approximately 9,200 sf including the rear and Roof Terraces. Schematic design to post-construction was four years.