101 East 63rd Street is one of just three Manhattan houses designed by famed architect Paul Rudolph (former Dean of the Yale School of Architecture).
The slick, dark glass facade is elegantly understated, creating an ideal haven for those seeking privacy.
Upon entering the approximately 7,500 square foot townhouse, an enchanting world is revealed, showcasing the best of Rudolphs architectural mastery.
It seems inconceivable that a room with 32 foot high ceilings and skylight, can feel cozy and yet the house feels very much like a home. There are
two other living rooms, and four bedrooms including a double-height master suite with a modern dressing room. The fourth floor is a fabulous guest
suite with a bedroom, living room, kitchen and bar, and a 1,600 square-foot terrace. The beautiful clean lines and the combination of drama and
intimacy makes this townhouse unique in the architecture of Manhattan.
Formerly the residence of designer to the stars Halston, this house enjoys an incredible social history. This was the home-away-from-home to Andy Warhol and hangout for the 1970’s Studio 54 jet set crowd. Liza Minelli was a frequent guest of the upstairs suite. Halston sold the house in 1990 to German celebrity photographer Gunter Sachs and Fiat’s Gianni Agnelli.
Today, this extraordinary townhouse awaits the next chapter in its vibrant history.