Real Estate Henry Fonda’s former Upper East Side home for sale: See photos By Lauren Cook email@example.com Updated June 29, 2016 2:22 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Academy Award winner Henry Fonda had many ties to New York City, including his start as a Broadway actor. In 1949, the “War and Peace” star bought a six-story townhouse located at 151 E. 74th St. ahead of his Broadway run as Charles Gray in “Point of No Return,” according to real estate firm Leslie J. Garfield. The Upper East Side home was also the site of Fonda’s wedding to Afdera Franchetti in 1957. Now, the 5,400-square-foot townhouse is up for sale for $12.45 million, according to Leslie J. Garfield. Scroll down to take a peek inside Fonda’s famed New York City home. Exterior Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The Upper East Side townhouse was built in 1878 by architect John B. Snook and was also once the home of Captain Kermit Roosevelt - President Theodore Roosevelt's son, according to Leslie J. Garfield. The home's façade is Colonial Revival-style with brick on the upper floors and a limestone base. Gallery Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The home's half-landing gallery on the first floor provides access to the dining room on one side and the living room on the other, according to Leslie J. Garfield. It features a brass Corona chandelier and the original parquet floors. Bedrooms Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The interior of the townhouse, per Leslie J. Garfield, boasts a clean Edwardian style and has a total of eight bedrooms. Master bedroom Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The master bedroom, located on the third floor, allows for plenty of natural light thanks to the three south-facing windows, says Leslie J. Garfield. Dining room Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield A dining room fit for entertaining: The table seats 10 people and the room provides access to a balcony that overlooks the backyard garden, per Leslie J. Garfield. Terrace Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The building offers views to the north, south and west. Kitchen Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The kitchen features a restaurant-style cooker as well as a sub-zero refrigerator and freezer. The white panel-fronted cupboards are topped with marble, according to Leslie J. Garfield. Family room Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield The family room boasts Edwardian-style cherrywood cabinets and wall paneling, says Leslie J. Garfield. The room also provides access to the private backyard garden. Backyard garden Photo Credit: Leslie J. Garfield Like icing on a real estate cake, this posh home not only features a terrace, but a private backyard garden as well. By Lauren Cook firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.