Manhattan isn’t known for quaint cul-de-sacs, but they do exist. One especially charming—and very hidden—example is the Upper East Side’s Henderson Place, a row of Queen Anne-style red-brick townhouses featuring gables and dormer windows.
Now, one of those homes has hit the market after a gut renovation, asking $5.35 million, private cul-de-sac parking space included. (If you’re curious about how the place looked before, check out our post from 2017.)
The four-and-a-half-story house at 14 Henderson Place has four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, three terraces, a garden, and a sunroom. The property, built at the turn of the century and part of the Henderson Place Historic District, shares an entrance landing with its next-door neighbor at 16 Henderson Place.
Inside, look for elegant details like original wood beams, hand-carved stone mantels, French doors, several fireplaces, crown moldings, exposed brick, and arched windows.
The property sits between East 86th and East 87th street, steps from Carl Schurz Park. Taxes mount to $2,903/month. Matthew Lesser, Ravi Kantha, Gian Mitchell, Cameron LeCates, and Lydia Rosengarten of Leslie J. Garfield have the listing.