Located in the Upper East Side Historic District, this 5 story brownstone was built in 1897 as a single family dwelling for a doctor who worked in the then-near-by hospital on Park Avenue. Currently a 3 bedroom 6 room duplex occupies the top 2 floors with 2-1/2 baths, a southern view terrace, kitchen, living and dining rooms and ample storage space. The parlor floor triplex: 3-1/2 baths, high ceilinged living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, a large ground floor working photo studio or gallery studio off the southern garden with its own entrance and private serving kitchen. There are 6 working fireplaces. All rooms are air conditioned. A high amperage electrical system is installed as a "never-run-out" commercial hot water boiler. The hot air heating system uses 3 furnaces in an well-maintained lower basement. The house maintains its own water purification system, and a hot water recirculating system. Restoring the house to a single family dwelling is uncomplicated and easy to accomplish.
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