Rare townhouse on hidden Manhattan cul-de-sac hits market

A renovated Upper East Side townhouse on a unusual cul-de-sac has hit the market.

The Queen Anne-style townhouse, at 14 Henderson Place, is asking $5.3 million. It is part of a row of six private homes that abuts another cluster of seven private homes on and just off of East End Avenue between East 86th and 87th streets.

The 2,730-square-foot home features four bedrooms, including an office/guest room, a newly constructed penthouse floor and its own parking spot. The eat-in chef’s kitchen leads to a sunroom and private patio.

The home’s outdoor spaces that overlook the nearby historic townhouses, Carl Schurz Park and the East River.

The master bedroom features large custom closets, a spa-like bathroom with radiant heated floors and arched windows. Architectural details include exposed wood, high ceilings and an original mantel.

“Having a private parking spot and outdoor space is a real luxury during these times,” says listing broker Matthew Lesser. He is listing it with Ravi Kantha, Gian Mitchell and Cameron LeCates, all of Leslie J. Garfield.

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