Almost one year ago, three Upper East Side buildings belonging to The National Academy Museum and School hit the market. The combined asking price for all three was a whopping $120 million.
Today, two interconnected townhouses from the threesome have returned to the market, separately. Located at 1083 Fifth Avenue and 3 East 89th Street, the homes are each asking $29.5 million.
The third building, a 65-foot-wide annex, has yet to hit the market but the Wall Street Journal reports it will be asking $20 million when it does, making the ask for all three a much-discounted $79 million.
Per the listing, 1083 Fifth Avenue spans 15,685 square feet and comes with two master suites, three guest bedrooms, nine staff rooms, a marble staircase with wrought iron wave design balustrades, a walnut paneled drawing room, and an elevator.
3 East 89th Street meanwhile totals 17,791 square feet and has a limestone balcony, wrought-iron railings and according to the listing, “capacious interiors” filled with “original architectural articulation.”