Brand new, meticulously renovated 27-ft wide, 7-story, 18,408 SF townhouse with 12 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms, 3 powder rooms, and approx. 1,500 of outdoor space on picturesque block. Once home to Gloria Vanderbilt, this historic townhouse has been completely restored and is currently set up as three separate units that can easily be recombined in any configuration, used as rental property, or separate guest and staff quarters. This is truly a trophy property.
Sourcing materials from around the world, the recreation of this distinguished building was rooted in the historic context of the neighborhood. The sandstone clad facade and cooper cornice stand out, yet blend harmoniously with the surrounding architecture, and firmly establish the building as a modern landmark.
Inside, the residences feature ceilings up to almost 12', 3 gas fireplaces, and stunning finishes, including kitchens with limestone floors, Calacatta marble slab counter, marble tiled walls and backsplash, custom cabinetry with SA Baxter hardware and top-of-the-line appliances by Gaggenau, Viking Tuscany, and Miele. The bathrooms feature either Calacatta or Blue de Savoie marble floors, walls, and vanities with eucalyptus accents, Kalista fixtures, Toto lavatories, and Victoria and Albert free-standing tubs. Additionally, the building has a large central elevator in addition to individual private elevators within each residence.
Situated in one of Manhattan's most prestigious addresses, this Gilded Age neo-Grec style house was built in 1891 by Robert B. Lynd, and subsequently altered by William Strom in 1905. It has now been completely re-imagined as three unique condominium residences by CetraRuddy.
A prominent mansion built in 1891, 39 East 72nd street is the former home of heiress, artist and fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt. When envisioning the revival and the transformation of the property in 2018, the developers and architects had one simple goal: to create the perfect paradigm of Upper East Side modern luxury, while solidifying the legacy of the property.