This elegant old world building built in 1927 has 2 apartments per floor. Mrs. George Draper consulted on the floor plans with Alfred Busselle, architect. Radiating off a long central entrance gallery are a spacious 25' living room with a view to the River and a large dining room, both with sunny northern exposures. The living room with double exposures north and east has original moldings and a rare scalloped mantelpiece. The 20' dining room has Venetian plaster walls, period moldings, and is currently used as a study. All bedrooms face south and are entered off the main gallery. The master has beautiful custom cabinetwork, a walk-in closet and a bath newly renovated in the traditional style. The 2nd bedroom/study has two closets (one cedar) and renovated bath. The 3rd bedroom can be converted to a sizable bedroom with minimal renovation or remain as a small guest/child's room with bath. Through the wall air conditioning. The original Roof Garden has Georgian brick arches, fluted columns and terra cotta floor tiles. There is a new larger roof deck outfitted as a children's play area. Pied terres on a case by case basis. Apartment includes locked storage space in basement.
- Attended Lobby
- Pet Friendly
- Outdoor Space
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