14 E 75TH ST

14 E 75TH ST

Architect
George Fred Pelham, Jr.
Active Listings
2 Active Sales
Unit Beds Baths Sq Ft Price
APT 9B 1 BED 1 BATHS N/A $1,895,000
APT 4E 2 BEDS 2.5 BATHS N/A $4,500,000

Building Description

Built by architect George F. Pelham in 1929, 14 East 75th Street is a stately pre-war condominium that is located in between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. Its wonderful address puts the building -- which has an incredible brown brick façade -- right near Manhattan's famous Central Park in the Upper East Side. The historical charm of 14 East 74th Street still remains. While the exterior of 14 East 75th Street recalls Manhattan's opulent past, the interiors are a stunning symbol of New York modern luxury. Apartments for sale at 14 East 75th Street boast everything that modern buyers are looking for. Each apartment has high ceilings, with some reaching 16 feet. Kitchens have been updated and remodeled and are now stocked with appliances from Viking and Sub-Zero.  Bathrooms are filled with luxury and elegance. The historic charm of 14 East 75th Street is not lost on the interiors though as many units still have original wood burning fireplaces. 14 East 75th Street offers amenities similar to those that most Upper East Side luxury condominiums offer residents. A doorman welcomes residents and guests into the 14 East 75th Street's elegant lobby. There is also private storage for every resident at 14 East 75th Street. This Upper East Side building offers residents a fitness center which allows them to get in a good workout without ever having to leave their building. 14 East 75th Street is partially pet friendly, allowing pets smaller than 25 pounds. New York City living is at its finest when it comes to the condominiums for sale at 14 East 75th Street in Manhattan's Upper East Side.

Building Amenities

  • bike storage
  • doorman
  • elevator
  • fitness center
  • laundry
  • storage room
Architect
George Fred Pelham, Jr.
Active Listings
2 Active Sales

Location

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Nearby Transportation

77th Street & Lexington Avenue (5 min walk)

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68th Street & Hunter College Subway Station (8 min walk)

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86th Street & Lexington Avenue (12 min walk)

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Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is iconic for its landmarks, museums, and history. As one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the City, the historic architecture of the mansions and brownstones were once homes to the country’s wealthiest, such as the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, and Carnegies. The...

 
 

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