Extravagant NYC Residence in Historic 1860 East Village Building

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Situated on East 5th Street just off the Bowery, this unassuming four-unit condo in an East Village historic building dates back to 1860.


Words cannot do justice what lies beyond the key-locked elevator on the 3rd floor.


Upon entry into this jaw dropping apartment, you are greeted with over 6,750 square feet of living space, which includes a great room measuring 47 feet by 35 feet, with 32-foot ceilings, exposed brick, and a vaulted arched ceiling.


It is outstandingly unique, and there is quite simply nothing else like this in Manhattan.


The building’s architecture has been persevered and tastefully kept through renovation, including brick archways and a solarium in the kitchen dining area that opens to a private outdoor terrace.


It is currently configured as a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom plus a loft, laundry room, eat-in-kitchen, and media room.


The grand master bedroom suite has a spa-like, marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub, a separate shower, and double sinks, as well as with an oversized walk-in closet.


Beethoven Hall is a place where history lives on. From playing important roles in the women's rights movement, to a meeting with the American Bowling Congress standardizing rules for the game of bowling. It was also a set stage for Jackie Gleason's "The Honeymooners" and Robert De Niros “Raging Bull.”


Address: 210 East 5th Street, 3 FLR, East Village, New York City 10003

Price: $25,000,000

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3.5

View the listing here.

For more information, contact The Richard Steinberg Team at 212-350-8059 or rsteinberg@elliman.com.

The Richard Steinberg Team is the exclusive agent representing the Upper East Side, New York City, real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of their listings here.

Images courtesy of The Richard Steinberg Team


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