33 East 74th Street Upper East Side, New York NY 10021

$48,000,000
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The original Atterbury mansion is on the market right now asking $48 million as part of a new condo development.

The home is a part of the condominiums at 33 East 74th Street – a building which has been converted from a row of Whitney Museum-owned, 19th-century brownstones into 10 residences (nine condos, plus the additional townhouse). Not only is this $48 million home the most expensive at the building, it's also almost twice the size of the $39 million duplex penthouse.

According to The Real Deal, the owner is Russian billionaire Alexei Kuzmichev - who first attempted to flip the spread just four months after buying it for $42 million. It was previously listed for $44 million, but has recently received a $4 million price bump.

Richard J Steinberg, Matthew Slosar, Alexander Mignogna and Emanuele Fiore of Douglas Elliman have the listing.

Unit Details:
Bedrooms5
Bathrooms6
Built1910
Property TypeTownhouse
Size 10,088 ft
Price Per ft² $4,758
Home Owner Assoc. Fee $13,792
Monthly Taxes $16,635
Description:
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