Tour the Most Expensive Townhouse for Sale on the Upper West Side
A circa-1891 home steps from Central Park has hit the market, becoming the most expensive townhouse currently for sale on the Upper West Side. Matching its hefty price tag of $27.5 million is its commanding size. Comprised of seven stories, this townhouse at 32 West 76th Street is a true Manhattan mansion.
With 11,300 square feet of interior living space and 2,600 square feet of outdoor space, as well as six bedrooms, there is certainly no shortage of room. The home boasts a dining room that can easily hold 20, a primary suite that encompasses the entire second floor, and a rooftop with a full outdoor kitchen. Of course, it all comes beautifully packaged. A renovation last year infused clean lines and a contemporary edge into every corner.
On the roof terrace, magnificent views of Midtown and the San Remo make the city’s architecture a star as well. The cellar certainly rivals it, however, when it comes to hosting. It holds a full arcade and game room, a double-height basketball court, a temperature-controlled wine storage room, and a fitness center. But, no need to worry about running up and down the stairs. If one wishes to show off these amenities then head up to the roof for a sunset dinner party, they can just take the home’s elevator to and from.
While New York City has many exquisite townhouses, it’s rare to find one this ideally located and packed with amenities. And here, Big Apple grandeur comes at a big price.
Cathy Taub of Sotheby’s International Realty and Ian Slater of Compass share the listing.