Located just off Park Avenue, this superb 20' wide Neo-Renaissance five story plus full height basement brick and limestone single family townhouse was built in 1900 by the prominent firm of Buchman and Deisler, known for the Art Nouveau masterpiece, New Era Building (1897) and the cast iron New York Mercantile Exchange (1882). The facade features elaborate corbels crowned with lion heads and garlands which support a magnificent curved balustrade and the decorative balcony of the formal Parlor Floor public rooms. The entire property has recently undergone a superb and complete custom renovation of the highest exacting standards and is maintained in impeccable condition. Additional elements include five fireplaces, a complete laundry room and two staff quarters with bath. All mechanical systems are new, including central air conditioning, restored brass-detailed elevator, sophisticated audio/visual and lighting systems. This gorgeous tree-lined townhouse block is among the prettiest in the Upper East Side historic landmark district.