During the 1970s, 101 East 63rd Street became a notorious celebrity hangout. The glamorous home hosted the likes of Andy Warhol, Liza Minelli, Brigitte Bardot, and Bianca Jagger at one point or another. It is currently on the market and can be purchased for $28,000,000.
There are four bedrooms and five full bathrooms throughout the four-story, 7,500-square-foot townhouse with a glass façade, 32-foot high ceilings, a fireplace, and a skylight. Multiple living areas; a master bedroom suite featuring a double-height ceiling and a modern dressing room; a three-story greenhouse; and a fourth-floor guest suite featuring a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, a bar, and a 1,600-square-foot terrace are also featured in the famous pad.
The listing agents are Engel & Volkers’ Howard Morrel and Leslie Hirsch.
Located on the Upper East Side and built in 1970, 101 East 63rd Street was the brainchild of the late architect Paul Rudolph. The mid-century modern house was only one of three houses in Manhattan designed by the former chair of Yale University’s department of architecture. He was revered for his complex designs, one of the more notable being Yale’s A & A Building.
Famed fashion designer, Halston, Gianni Agnelli of Fiat fame, and celebrity photographer Gunter Sachs have all owned this luxurious property.
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