A stunning brownstone on the Upper East Side

An extraordinary property created from a pair of bow-front Upper East Side brownstones that, 120 years after they were built around 1886, were combined to form a singular town house of grand and gracious dimensions earmarked for entertainment.
The former owners and creators of the home; Cabaret singer, pianist, and Great American Songbook archivist Michael Feinstein and his spouse, Terrence Flannery.

The stunning 18-room house, at 143 East 63rd Street, just east of Lexington Avenue opposite the Barbizon 63, has twin staircases, seven baths, two powder rooms, eight fireplaces, and a 25-foot-wide backyard with ivy-covered brick walls and two outdoor pagodas, one furnished as a living room and the other as a dining area.

xoxo Charlotte



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  • Jill L.
    March 3, 2016

    wow. what an extraordinary home!
    exceptionally beautiful interior!

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