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An Upper West Side townhouse owned by a antiquarian is on the market and asking $10.95 million.
The 20-foot-wide limestone mansion at 310 West 92nd Street is currently divided into three apartments, but according to the listing it will be delivered vacant, willing and able to be restored back to its single family glory.
The building is owned by Sanford L. Smith, a former funeral director and fine art, design, and antiques event manager. City records show he paid almost $1.2 million for the spread in 1996.
Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, Amy Mendizabal and Calli Sarkesh of Compass have the listing.
|Price Per ft²||$1,126|