This lovely four story, townhouse on a beautiful tree-lined street has a long historic provenance of its own. President Theodore Roosevelt reportedly gave it to his daughter Alice as a wedding present in 1906, Russian Prince Serge Obolensky lived here and this was the New York City home of actor Mongomery Clift. Located in the Treadwell Farm Historic District, this 18' wide, single family home has most of its original details intact and 7 working fireplaces. Huge double parlor with a terrace overlooking a lush garden is perfect for family or entertaining. Grand proportions and great bones make this charming house a renovator's dream. Currently configured as 4 bedrooms, all with original details and 5 baths.
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