ELEGANT SINGLE FAMILY HOME WITH PRIVATE GARAGE FOR TWO SUVs 310 East 69th Street is a spectacular almost 17-foot wide Upper East Side single family home with commercial zoning overlay, over 10,000 square feet of air rights, approximately 4,375 square feet of interior space, approximately 745 square feet of outdoor terraces, and a large garage that can accommodate two SUVs. This property is NOT landmarked and perfect as a residential home, office/business use, conference center, gallery etc. etc. The possibilities are endless! This amazing home features central cooling and heating, eat-in chef's kitchen, Bosch washer/dryer, four fireplaces, multiple terraces and a private garage. First floor: This level is comprised of a home office, yoga studio, playroom, or gym, full bathroom, Bosch washer/dryer, amazing storage space, and a private two-car garage. Second floor: A beautiful front porch welcomes you to this magnificent home. The floor opens to a bright living/dining area with two charming gas fireplaces, leading to a large eat-in windowed chef's kitchen with custom cabinets, top-of-the line appliances including a Bertazzoni range and enormous wine cooler. This floor includes an elegant powder room. Third Floor: The third floor offers an office with a gas burning fireplace, an approximately 300 square foot south terrace, and a generous primary bedroom with en suite bathroom and two sizable closets. Fourth Floor: This floor includes two large bedrooms with en suite bathrooms plus a bright solarium. The considerable north bedroom with spacious closets is attached to the delightful and sunny solarium. Fifth Floor: The bright fifth floor affords a huge open space with very high ceilings, perfect for entertaining, an art studio, or grand office. This floor also has a wood burning fireplace, skylight windows and a large terrace that is approximately 300 square feet. HISTORY AND NEIGHBORHOOD It was originally built in 1870 by the developer James E. Ray, who worked with several architects at the time on this block and later was redesigned and used as an office by the architect William B. Gleckman until 2011. Nearby are many cultural sites, designer stores and restaurants, boasting some of the best that the Upper East Side has to offer. The location also provides easy access to the FDR highway, the East River walkway, grocery stores, multiple subways (6 train and Q train a few blocks away) and other practical services.