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A 25-foot wide limestone townhouse on the Upper East Side has just hit the market asking $32 million.
Built in 1910, 106 East 71st Street was built for an Orange County heiress, reports The New York Times. It was later divided into two apartments but was returned to a single-family residence by an investor who bought it in 2007 for $16.7 million.
In 2010 it hit the market once more, this time asking $28.8 million, and that same year the house hosted the Kips Bay Decorator Show House.
The house most recently changed hands in 2013, when the anonymous entity Hash Bass LLC paid almost $22.9 million for it. They initially tried to part with the pad for $32.5 million in 2016, StreetEasy shows.
The 10,235-square-foot spread comes with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven fireplaces, an eat-in kitchen, a living room with floor-to-ceiling mahogany paneling, a study, a den, a media room, a game room and a gym.
Plus there's a staff bedroom with a separate entrance, an original, grand marble staircase, an elevator, a south-facing planted garden and a landscaped terrace.
Susan Verstegen Nolop and Janice Silver of Stribling have the listing.
|Price Per ft²||$3,126|