New York City Townhouse Appears on Succession and Gossip Girls Lists for $15 Million – The Hollywood Reporter

He has been seen in episodes Succession, gossip girl And He appears Now, a six-story New York City townhouse on East 75th Street in Manhattan is on the market for $14.995 million. Featuring five bedrooms and six bathrooms, the 6,000-square-foot home is located in the heart of the Upper East Side, just a few blocks from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Located on a tree-lined block, the townhouse has been renovated with contemporary touches and finishes including 7-inch European white oak hardwood floors, with interior design overseen by Inson Dubois Wood. The house was featured in the company’s 2016 Rizzoli book, Anson DuBois Wood: Interiors.

The townhouse features an open floor plan and offers a glass rear façade that opens to 2,000 square feet of outdoor living space, including terraces. The custom-designed eat-in kitchen by Arclinea includes Miele appliances and a Statuarietto marble island with built-in workspace. High-speed elevator reaches all floors.

Additional details include a custom suspended steel staircase, a living room with a wet bar and gas fireplace surrounded by painted ebony millwork and garden views. The library on the same floor is paneled in wenge wood and includes a 9-foot hidden screen, allowing the space to be used as a media room as well.

The master suite occupies the entire fourth floor. It has a fireplace, dressing room, walk-in closet, wood-paneled desk and windows overlooking the garden. The primary en suite bathroom features a freestanding bathtub, separate shower, Dornbracht fixtures, and white marble statues.

Above there are two en-suite bedrooms on the fifth floor and a glass-enclosed penthouse lounge which is currently fitted out as a home gym. On this level there are also two balconies, one of which overlooks the bell towers of the Church of Saint Jean-Baptiste, opened in 1913.

The terrace overlooks the Church of Saint Jean-Baptiste.

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The lower level garden level includes a bedroom, full bath, laundry room (one of two in the townhouse), pantry and a media room facing the landscaped garden, which includes a Wolf grill.

The property is listed with Jacob Greenberg and Carl Gambino of The Gambino Group at Compass and Adam Modlin of The Modlin Group.

In August, Gambino sold a Miami home owned by Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner for $15 million, while in September, Maudlin sold the Manhattan townhouse where Miranda Priestly lived. Satan wears a cloak For $26.5 million.

Scroll for more photos of the East 75th Street property:

The back facade and garden are completely glazed.

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Arclinea’s custom kitchen faces an outdoor seating area.

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Interior view of the house on East 75th Street in Manhattan.

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Custom hanging staircase.

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The primary bathroom includes a floating bathtub and separate shower.

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A wood-paneled home office inside a townhouse on East 75th Street.

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A children’s bedroom inside the house on East 75th Street.

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One of the house’s many balconies.

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