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Upper East Side mansion with elaborate plaster facade lists for $12M

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The mixed-use home includes retail space and an owner’s triplex

Photos courtesy Alexander Ball of Cushman & Wakefield.

The Upper East Side’s historic Parge House—a 20-foot-wide home on the corner of East 65th Street and Lexington Avenue—has hit the market asking $12 million.

The corner house, located at 866 Lexington Avenue, dates back to 1923 and was designed by architect Frederick Sterner as a single-family mansion, notes the New York Post. It has since gone on to serve as a mixed-use building and was home to the late art dealer Elaine Graham Weitzen until her passing.

Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t provide interior photos, but it does note that in its current configuration, the five-story abode hosts a 3,375-square-foot owner’s triplex with an outdoor terrace and its own separate address at 130 12 East 65th Street, three rental units that each are a one-bedroom/one-bathroom, and two commercial spaces on the ground floor.

The facade features decorative white plaster, combined with elaborate parge work and brick Tudor-style doors, writes the listing description. The sale is being handled by Cushman & Wakefield and promises to deliver the home vacant.