165 East 73rd Street
First offering of a 25’ wide carriage house built in 1903 for Henry Harper Benedict, President of the Remington Typewriter Co., and a founder of the typewriter industry. Architect George L. Amoroux designed the house in the fashionable Beaux-Arts style set on a limestone base. The unique garage area allows for 5 cars and has approximately 15’ ceilings. This voluminous space can be partially or totally integrated into the living area. Having been originally a stable, the two story building is free of columns and beams, allowing for an easy and creative renovation and use of the space. Presently, the top floor has 5 bedrooms and 3 baths, large living room with fireplace, formal dining room, kitchen and 4 skylights. The ground floor has the 5 car garage and an in-law apartment with small patio. The finished basement has 8’ ceilings. The house has been beautifully maintained and has C/A/C. Prestigious and beautiful 73rd Street remains a fine example of an historic landmark block.