And here's what you get, per the Sotheby's site...
Having undergone an extensive gut renovation, this home is laid out on 6 floors plus dry basement. Double exposures to the north and south provide an abundance of natural light and delightful views of trees and townhouses. Original features dating back to its 1861 design have been retained and merged with a thoughtful modernization.
The landmarked facade features a brownstone base and exposed brick upper levels. The renovation included major structural work, re-glazing of fireplace flue (3 fireplaces throughout can easily be re-opened), mechanicals, electrical and plumbing systems. The house is equipped with recessed lighting, sound system, central heating/air-conditioning, and video-intercom/security alarm systems. Whether custom oak closets, built-in shelves, gold Bisazza mosaic tiles or polished Calacatta marble, only the finest materials were used for the masterful design of this 6 bedrooms, 4.5 bath classic.
Let's go on inside!
Look on the wall back there on the right, it's Grace Jones...
Will those NYU kids be able to see you sunbathe in the nude and do yoga? (Get your oranges ready...)
Hey, a zebra-skin rug...does this place come furnished?
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