The Upper East Side townhouse actress Carrie Fisher shared with her equally famous mom, Debbie Reynolds, is up for grabs.
Both A-list actors with thriving careers that spanned decades, the mother-daughter duo were also BFFs and roomies.
Before they moved to the West Coast, the mother-daughter duo (and Carrie’s brother, Todd) lived in a beautiful brownstone in New York City — that has recently hit the market for $11.5 million.
Here’s the full scoop on the Upper East Side townhouse that has the perfect blend of custom updates, skilled craftsman details, and a history of illustrious past residents.
Located at 154 East 74th Street on the Upper East Side, the stunning townhouse is a New Yorker’s dream come true. And it was well-loved and lived-in by the Reynolds-Fisher family.
Reynolds’ son, and Carrie’s younger brother Todd Fisher, wrote about the beautiful brownstone in his 2018 memoir, My Girls: A Lifetime with Carrie and Debbie.
Image credit: Gloria Luchenbill , Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
— Todd Fisher
But there’s more to this upscale city residence than its star-studded past.
Built in 1910, the beloved family home oozes timeless charm and the perfect updates for today’s distinguished buyer.
Every square inch of the townhouse offers the perfect blend of luxury and comfort. The top floor features a fantastic skylight that fills the entire center of the home with all-day sun exposure.
Spanning 4,275 square feet, the 4-story home features 5 bedrooms and 5 baths.
Upon entering the brownstone on the ground floor, there's a generously sized soundproof media room including a projector and movie screen.
The media room opens up to a wonderful backyard surrounded by greenery.
As you go up the stunning staircase to the parlor level, you’ll find a grand chef’s kitchen,
equipped with double sinks, a Gaggenau induction cooktop, dual Miele dishwashers, microwave/ convection combo, subzero fridge, and recently refinished countertops.
The townhouse also offers a basement level with a laundry room, an 800-bottle wine cellar with a new Wine Guardian D025 cooling unit, and a fully functional home gym.
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