21 East 84th Street
Five story plus English basement and cellar Lake Superior sandstone and terra cotta mixed-use townhouse. 22' frontage on Madison Avenue and 70' frontage with south exposure on East 84th Street. This grand turn-of-the-century corner house, designed by John Duncan, architect of Grant's Tomb, contains a gracious single family residence on Second - Fifth Floors with the entrance on East 84th Street, 1,000 lbs.-capacity automatic elevator, central staircase, fifteen rooms, nine wood burning fireplaces and beautifully restored original detail throughout including stained lead glass windows, shutters, moldings and uniquely patterned inlaid floors plus a high-income First Floor commercial unit with a Madison Avenue presence.
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