An Upper East Side townhome that has been listed on and off for nearly a decade has relisted with another price chop 163 East 64th Street. The Neo-Georgian style townhouse was originally built in 1872 by architect John G. Prague, and rebuilt and occupied by architect R.D. Graham in 1901. The home is 20' wide features nearly 8,000 SF of living space along with 5 ensuite bedrooms and 8 marble bathrooms. Ornate features such as 8 marble fireplaces, elevator service to all floors, rooftop garden, English Pine library, wine cellar, private backup generator, and private gym. The townhome is also featured front and center on 64th street between Lexington and Third Avenue and is part of the “East 64th Street Lexington to Third Avenue Neighbors Association Inc.,” which is privately funded my members to keep the street one of the cleanest, most cared for, foliaged streets in New York. 163 East 64th Street is currently listed for $23.9 million with Matthew Lesser of Leslie J. Garfield.