Kenneth Laub, the well-known long-time commercial broker and the founder of real estate firm, Kenneth D. Laub & Company, is selling is one-of-a-kind townhouse located at 163 East 64th Street. The extravagant, Neo-Georgian style townhouse, dubbed the “Versailles in Manhattan," is noted as one of the most distinguished townhouses in New York. 163 East 64th Street was originally constructed in 1872 by noted Gold Coast Architect, John G. Prague, and later reimagined and lived in by famed architect, R.D. Graham. With over-the-top décor covering every inch of interior, the mansion can be described as nothing less than extravagant.
163 East 64th Street offers of 5 bedroom suites, 8 marble baths and a European designed rooftop garden spread over 8,000 SF. The townhouse itself is 20' wide. The lavish home is full of well appointed, one-of-a-king features include an original English pine library dating back to 1872, a lavish Belle Époque bar area with a Lalique-styled glass ceiling, 8 fireplaces, and a wonderful Louis XIV-style living room with 10 canvas panels inspired by the Fragonard Room of the Frick Collection.
163 East 64th Street is currently listed for $23,900,000 with Liza Nematnejad and Sandy Scheinman of Douglas Elliman.