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Wood burning Fireplaces
Central Air Conditioning
This Stylish two family residence is a rare offering on this quiet East 60's tree-lined block. Built by Thomas and John D. Crimmons in 1873, it was designed by the
world renowned architect Richard Morris Hunt, known for his work on The
Statue of Liberty, great Hall of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The
Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island.Perfect for converting into an elegant single family residence, this lovely four story plus basement townhouse is nestled midway on one of two Landmarked Upper East Side Blocks which make up the Treadwell Farm Historic District.