This 25' wide landmark Italianate brownstone was built in 1846. During the 1870's it served as the studio for Richard Morris Hunt, renowned architect of the Met, the Biltmore estate, the Breakers and several other large properties on the eastern seaboard.
The parlor level, floor-through apartment has been completely renovated marrying period charm with contemporary utility. Mitered herringbone walnut floors anchor the design. Crown moldings, high baseboards and transomed doors provide style to compliment the 10 foot ceilings. The Living and Dining area benefit from oversized arched custom soundproofed windows, and original stone decorative fireplace.
The stunning 18' stainless/Carrara marble galley kitchen includes Sub-Zero refrigerator with ice-maker, Miele gas cooktop, wall oven, Bosch dishwasher, and disposal. The baths are finished with sheets of back painted glass. There is a full bath off kitchen which includes thermostatic shower/tub, and Washer/Dryer. The large master bath has double sinks in a custom stainless steel vanity and marble thermostatic shower.
Floor to ceiling shuttered French doors line the rooms at the rear of the apartment. The second bedroom is paneled in cerused oak, has a coffered ceiling and two closets. The huge master bedroom has a sizeable cedar closet, original tile and stone decorative fireplace and French doors opening to an iron balcony with garden views.
In the center of Manhattan; the heart of Flatiron; immediate access to key transportation, Union Square, Madison Square Park, world class restaurants and shopping.