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Welcome Home to Residences 3 & 4 at 17 East 63rd Street. Located on one of the Upper East Side's most coveted and picturesque blocks between Madison and Fifth Avenue, The H. Bramhall Gilbert Mansion is one of the most beautiful 30-foot-wide limestone mansions built at the turn of the century. This 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom home features 5 fireplaces throughout. From the moment you enter the front door, you will be blown away by the sheer proportions of this approx. 4200 SF duplex. From the soaring approx. 12- foot ceilings, to the grand-scale rooms, this truly is a one-of-a-kind home that has never been available to-date. This home was designed by the renowned Thomas Britt. After being greeted by a private elevator landing, your jaw will drop as you enter the grand entry-foyer. To the left is a stunning south-facing great room complete with a grand fireplace, beautiful coffered soaring ceilings and three graceful sets of frenchwindows. The private windowed dining room also features a grand fireplace and the home is laid out for perfect flow for entertaining. The oversized chef's kitchen is adjacent to the dining room. There is one large bedroom and en-suite bathroom on the entertaining floor of the residence, in addition to a powder room for guests.
Upstairs is just as special as the downstairs of this one-of-a-kind home. The south-facing primary bedroom is gigantic and spans 22'3" x 26'10". There are 3 sets of French windows in the primary bedroom as well and the Southern light floods in all day long. The primary suite includes 2 huge walk-in closets, separate bathrooms and a dressing room with the ultimate luxury: its own fireplace. The second bedroom upstairs is large and features its own en-suite bathroom. In-unit laundry is installed on both floors of the residence.
The H. Bramhall Gilbert Mansion is a true piece of New York City history. Built in 1901 by brothers William W. and Thomas M. Hall designed by the architectural firm Welch, Smith & Provost. The limestone facade and ornate detailing make this 30-foot-wide mansion one of the Upper East Side's most beautiful homes. Originally, the entire mansion was owned by H. Bramhall Gilbert and his wife Lila Brokaw. Today, the building offers 5 private residences. The building is very quiet and features modern-day amenities in pristine condition. The building offers quiet living and allows up to 80% financing. Storage transfers with the apartment.