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Dennis Alestra Auctioneer Sheriff's Sale - Tuesday June 18th. 2019 11:00AM
Appraised at $9 Million Formerly Owned by Oleg Cassini
Property Highlights Built (circa) 1901 Style Townhouse
Building Sq Ft 6,798 (approx) per PropertyShark
Living Area 5,852 sq ft (approx) per Appraisal
Stories 4 + Parlor Floor + Full Basement Beds/Baths 6/5.5
Lot Size 22 x 75 (approx) Bldg Dimensions 22 x 65 (approx)
Basement Full, 1,430 sq ft (approx) Extras
2 Fireplaces Double-Height Ceilings Rear Patio
approx 220 sq ft) Dining Level Open to Floor Below
How to Participate terms of sale,
Attend Sale with Requisite Check.
Bring certified bank check for 10% of your maximum bid, made payable to NYC Sheriff's Office. Subject to NYC Sheriff's terms of sale. bAUCTION INFO - PLEASE READ
- Auction Date & Time: Wednesday May 11th. 2019 11:00AM
- Auction Location: NYC Department of Finance,
Office of the Sheriff – 66 John St, 13th floor, New York, NY
- You must bring to auction cash, money order
or certified check, for 10% of the bid price, but not less
than $2,000, or the entire bid price,
made payable to “NYC Sheriff’s Office.”
- Note: You will NOT be permitted to leave and return
with a larger sized check (or for any reason),
so please bring the proper check with you.
- The winning bidder will have 3 business days
to deliver the balance of the purchase price,
which must also be done by cash or certified bank check,
to the Office of the Sheriff. Once the funds clear,
the Office of the Sheriff will contact the purchaser to pick up the deed.
- Per the Notice of Sale, the Sheriff will sell at auction all the right, title and interest which Marianne Nestor Cassini (a/k/a Marianne Nestor), the judgment debtor, had on the 5th day of January 2018, or anytime thereafter, of, in and to the following: 135 East 19th Street, New York, New York 10003 Block 875 & Lot 32 (New York County Tax Assessment Map)
- Sale subject to any existing liens and encumbrances. Please consult your attorney and perform your due diligence prior to bidding Subject to NYC Sheriff’s Terms of Sale.
EXQUISITE LOCATION, RARE OPPORTUNITY
PRESENTING a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an extraordinary mansion on a tree-lined block in one of New York’s most coveted neighborhoods. For the first time in over 40 years, the Joseph B. Thomas House, located at 135 East 19th Street, is being offered for sale at auction on March 13.
Built in 1901 and renovated into a “Gothic fantasy” in 1910 by renowned architect Frederick Sterner for banker/polo player Joseph B. Thomas, the picturesque house is located just one block south of Gramercy Park. In the early 1900’s, the breathtaking street between Irving Place and Third Avenue in the historic Gramercy Park neighborhood became known as a Block Beautiful.
Appraised in 2007 at $9,000,000, the five-story house is built approximately 22’ x 65’ and sits on a lot of approximately 22’ x 75’. The basement and first three floors are 22’ x 65’ and the top two floors are 22’ x 53’. The house features 6 bedrooms, including a large master bedroom and study on the third floor, 5.5 bathrooms, living room with double-height ceilings, two fireplaces, rear patio measuring 10’ x 22’ with an ornate fountain off the grand living room on the first floor, and much more.
The house was owned by legendary fashion designer and international socialite, Oleg Cassini. Cassini’s costume designs have been featured in Hollywood blockbusters from 1941-2009, and is most famous for dressing Jacqueline Kennedy while she was First Lady of the United States. He was famously married actress Gene Tierney, and engaged to Grace Kelly shortly after. His life is detailed in his autobiography, “In My Own Fashion.” (Simon & Schuster, 1987)
The $15 million mansion awaits its next owner to continue its legacy.