40-foot wide Upper East Side mansion $114,077,000

40-foot wide Upper East Side mansion $114,077,000

Manhattan townhouse was built in 1883 and completely renovated in 2005. Every aspect of the 40-foot-wide home has been restored and embellished for modern and luxury living. Renovated by Vincent and Teresa Viola, the wide mansion on the Upper East Side exudes the ultimate in sophistication and grandeur and definitely it is aimed at the mega-rich clients.

The 19-room mansion comes in at around 20,000 square feet and features onyx-clad bathrooms, an indoor swimming pool and sauna, multiple fireplaces, a game room, a 2,000-square-foot roof dec, a movie theater, multiple fireplaces, an elevator, radiant heat flooring throughout, and high-tech control of everything from heating to sound and security.

The onyx-sheathed elevator services all six floors and there is also the roof terrace. This extremely luxurious palace offers 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths and 3 powder rooms which has been gutted and tastefully redone by the current owners.

For the complete pleasure and relaxation, the amazing mansion also includes the theater with a 12 foot screen and balcony, game room, bar, fitness room, sauna and a 23 x 12 foot swimming pool. Expensively and extravagantly fitted by Miz Viola, a ballroom sized formal living room with intricately patterned inlaid walnut floors, a monumental Brazilian travertine fireplace mantel, and a small, south-facing semi-circular balcony terrace.

Once-in-a-lifetime residential opportunity!