Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Welcome to 125 East 69th Street!
Located on one of the most coveted blocks on the upper east side and situated on a leafy side street off Park Avenue, this beautiful five-story, 20-foot-wide mansion features an architecturally unique limestone and ornamental brick façade with a delicately carved portico entrance.
Originally designed by John Sexton in 1872 and developed by Christopher Keyes, this gracious home, deep in history, is filled with original detail, sophistication, and old-world charm. The sunlit living room on the parlor level includes a spectacular Palladian-style window with southern exposure, 13-foot ceilings and frieze work on the walls. The house includes multiple wood-burning fireplaces with marble and wood carved mantels, hardwood floors, a backyard, and two outdoor terraces.
Currently configured as a multi-family with an owner's duplex on the 2nd and 3rd floors, two rental units on the 4th floor and one rental unit on the 5th floor. This home presents a rare opportunity to leave as is or convert back into a single-family grand residence. The entire house can be delivered vacant by the end of 2023.
Entrance hall area, four rooms and two-half bathrooms.
SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS:
Large and spacious duplex apartment with a formal living room and dining room, breakfast nook, private staircase, two bedrooms, dressing room, two full bathrooms and an outdoor terrace.
Two apartments, one-bed, one-bathroom each with an outdoor terrace.
Full floor three-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with southern and northern exposure.
Located moments away from Central Park, fine dining, shopping, museums, and transportation including the 4,5,6, Q train lines and crosstown M66 bus.
- 5 stories
- Interior: approximately 7,475 sqft
- Exterior: approximately 1,000 sqft - 20’ X 100’ lot
- Configured as a multi-family
- 5 full-bathrooms and 2 half-bathrooms
- Original staircase and wood carving detail
- Limestone and brick façade
-Carved portico entrance with columns
- 13’ ceiling height on parlor floor