At 170th East 80 Street in Manhattan, a newly renovated mansion is now on the luxury real estate list for about $35 million. The 19th century luxury townhouse, located at 170 East 80th Street, has been recently transformed into a 13,000 square feet modern mansion, which is now brokered by Brown Harris Stevens’ Paula Del Nunzio, a top broker.
In line with newly renovated luxury homes, another townhouse in Manhattan — at the upper side of the 4 East 80th Street, is now on the market for $90 million, which is said to be priced about 1000 percent markup from what the pwner paid for it in 1995 for $6 million.
The 19th century $30 million luxurious mansion was modernize to accentuate to the modern society, and was redeveloped by Wemi:t LLC, a New York-based real estate company that acquires and develops high-end boutique residential properties. The mansion is located at Upper East Side of Manhattan’s most elegant and historic neighbourhoods.
According to the president of WEmi:t LLC, Kate Shin, said the company have spent generously to renovate the classic five-storey mansion into a luxurious modern home with high-end amenities and great design sensibility.
The mansion’s makeover took three years to complete, and was deigned by Toshiko Mori Architects, an architecture firm. The luxury home boasts eight rooms with eight bathrooms, an elevator, art gallery, and a spa lounge.
Other amenities that could attract buyers into the home include a 22-foot high and 20-foot wide indoor flowing waterfall with a pond, and a sculpture garden.
The 13,000 square feet modern mansion also features a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, a private lounge with Jacuzzi, sauna, and spa, a gym and a massage room, plus additional environmental-friendly designs.