Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack has just purchased a $13.5 million Upper East Side townhouse, and we must say it looks awesome.
The house, which is on E. 70th is in what Curbed describes as a “snoot-free” region East of Lexington.
It’s got a great view, a nice patio and overall it looks like a great place to de-stress.
There’s not much ostentatious about it… except the 12-car garage that is the first floor. But that’s just awesome.
The entire first floor of John Mack's Upper East Side townhouse is a 12-car garage. What, you don't think he needs 12 cars? There's the sports car, the Sunday car, the Range Rover, the SUV, the electric car... Well, you get the point.
Sure, his roof isn't overlooking the park, but for a Manhattan roof, that's a very pretty and peaceful view. Looks like a great place for a Wall Street CEO to de-stress.
His patio also looks like a great place to de-stress. We're particularly fond of the buddha sculpture (classic!) and on weekends, that's probably a great place to eat breakfast.
It's a hallway. How nice can that be, really? Well, there's just something about this one that just oozes with charm and class. And his hallway is probably nicer than your whole house.
We're not sure what's going on here. It kind of looks like a desk where you might study and read. And it also kind of looks like a mirror where a woman can put on makeup. Either way, if we lived there, we'd be sitting there a lot.
The living room. Huge windows, beautiful light, and plenty of space. Looks like a great place to just hang out when the grandkids are in town.
We can't tell if this is actually a bedroom, or if it's more of a den that has a daybed in the corner. Either way, it looks like a nice room to escape to when there's chaose in the rest of the house.