Updated Nov. 9, 11:13 a.m.: Five years after the stately townhouse at 12 East 63rd Street was sold for $20 million, it’s back on the block, asking more than triple the price.
The house hit the market asking $77 million, following a major renovation of the facade and structure by Canadian architect Armand Dadoun. The interior was overhauled by world renowned designer Pierre Yves Rochon, whose previous work includes the George V Hotel in Paris, the Peninsula in Shanghai and the Four Seasons Hotel on Park Lane in London. The seven-level home Rochon’s first New York residential project.
The home features seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a 20-foot swimming pool, spa and gym in the basement. The gym has a “cascading waterfall over back granit [sic] that is located in a three story greenfouse [sic] atrium all clad in lacquered wood.”
Greenfield Properties bought the building from Altosa in 2010 for just under $20 million and it doesn’t seem they have done much with the property since. In fact, the listing text is copied verbatim form the 2010 listing, according to Curbed.
Craig Dix of Key-Ventures has the listing. [Curbed] –Christopher Cameron