246 East 68th Street – Townhouse

Townhouse Facade - Real Estate Photography by Duplex

246 East 68th Street – a very unique, Georgian revival style townhouse is another listing for Leslie J. Garfield Real Estate that we created photographs and floor plans for. 68th street is a great townhouse street, and this old world gem does not disappoint. There are always unique architectural details that make photographing older buildings exciting, but this townhouse in particular was chock full of surprises.

Take for example, this unbelievable 16’6″ x 42′ double layer garden that the dining room opens up to:

Townhouse Garden - Real Estate Photography by Duplex Townhouse from Back - Real Estate Photography by Duplex

Or if wood-paneled libraries and photographic symmetry are more your style, check this out:

Wood Paneled Library
The listing is put up by Rich Pretsfelder and Francis O’Shea from Leslie J. Garfield Real Estate. Here is an excerpt from their description of the listing:

The houses at 240 and 246 — designed by Mr. Litchfield and by Chester Patterson, respectively, in full-blown Georgian-revival style — have traditionally been the most arresting on the street. 246 East 68th Street retains much of the charm and character of yesteryear with its well proportioned rooms, expansive and beautifully landscaped garden, and three wood-burning fireplaces.

The first floor includes the kitchen and dining room which opens on to the garden. The second floor has the formal entertaining space including a spacious living room and wood paneled library and the top two floors have four generous bedrooms. The property also retains over three thousand square feet of air rights allowing for additional square footage and the opportunity to create truly grand home in the heart of the Upper East Side.