Fashion Icon and Artist Gloria Vanderbilt’s childhood home has hit the market for $50 Million

This neo-Grec home, now reinvented as a luxurious property sits in the perfect Upper East Side neighborhood, Lenox Hill

(NEW YORK, NY) — Gloria Vanderbilt’s childhood home located in the Upper East Side has been listed with agents from Douglas Elliman. The townhouse located at 39 East 72nd Street was originally built in 1891 by Robert B. Lynd and is now known as the Vanderbilt Mansion. The home contains 7 stories, 18,408 square feet, 12 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms, and 3 powder rooms, a garden, courtyard, and roof deck. 

With recent renovations to “create the perfect paradigm of Upper East Side modern luxury”, the townhouse is currently set up as three separate units, each containing higher-end amenities and features. Within the residence, there are 3 fireplaces and ceilings that reach almost 12’. The kitchens are furnished with limestone floors, marble slab counters marble-tiled walls and backsplash, cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances by Gaggenau, Viking Tuscany, and Miele. Each bathroom features stunning finishes from Calacatta or Blue Savole marble floors, walls, and vanities, Toto lavatories, and Victoria and Albert freestanding tubs all luxury amenities

This neo-Grec home, now reinvented as a luxurious property sits in the perfect Upper East Side neighborhood, Lenox Hill. It is just a block away from Central Park between Madison and Park Avenue. There are also several museums such as The Frick Collection, The Met Breuer, and the Asia Society Museum,  several shops, and well-known restaurants. 

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