New York Brownstone

New York Brownstone
45 West 73rd Street
Designed by Henry J. Hardenbergh, Architect of The Dakota and The Plaza Hotel

This NYC brownstone was featured in Architectural Digest’s Special Edition, “Hollywood At Home” and Bricks and Brownstones by Charles Lockwood. Built in 1883 as a unique Manhattan brownstone, you could simply remove the extra kitchens in the owner’s unit and four luxury apartments and easily return it to a single-family, turn-of-the-century splendor. This extra-wide NY townhouse has ample space to install an elevator. You will find the same mahogany seen at The Dakota, with similar motifs. The original stairway banisters have an unusual alternating “harp” design. The sophisticated beauty of this New York City brownstone is “celebrity caliber.”

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