This Upper East Side Townhouse Was Originally Built in 1875

 - Feb 7, 2018
References: corcoran & uncrate
This Upper East Side townhouse named the 'Treadwell Farms Townhouse' is a brand-new modern home in the shell of a historic 1875 home. This house underwent a huge renovation that completely re-designed the interior and landscaping of the original structure.

Scaling five storeys, this townhouse has white oak floors, hand-crafted woodwork, mahogany windows and luxury finishes. With five bedrooms, six-and-a half baths and five working fireplaces, this family house makes use of every square foot. The design group decided to keep the traditional architecture of the buildin and stayed true to a lot of the design features by simply updating instead of replacing. With an elevator that goes from the basement to the top floor, this Upper East Side townhouse is packed with luxurious updates.

Image Credit: Corcoran Group Real Estate