Talk about fancy!
History buffs who also happen to be millionaires, this dream home is made for you! The Upper East Side townhouse was once the home to Eleanor Roosevelt from 1953-1958. She lived and entertained here, even seeing guests such as John F. Kennedy and other prominent figures.
For those interested in its current status, the building has been completely renovated and redesigned, it’s pet-friendly and even has its own private outdoor space and fitness room. It was originally built in 1873 as a brownstone row house and was later converted into the single-family home that it is listed as today.
The five-story mansion is located at 211 East 62nd Street and features gorgeous details like
the cascading staircase:
a (few) wood burning fireplaces:
a renovated kitchen:
4 spectacular bedrooms:
a beautiful outdoor space:
some incredible bathrooms (5 to be exact):
and even a rooftop terrace:
This place is definitely fit for a president! If you’re interested in learning more about the listing, you can take a look at the realtor’s website, but beware, the current asking price is set at a sweet $13.5 million.
Featured image: Stribling Properties