This charming neo-Georgian mansion, built by A. Wallace McRae on New York’s Upper East Side in 1928, was updated by renowned architect Peter Marino. On the first floor is an exquisite marble gallery with a curved staircase, one of two kitchens, and two en suite bedrooms.
Upstairs on the expansive parlor floor is a lofty living room with a wood-burning fireplace with an Adam marble mantel and a dining room with soaring windows overlooking the garden. The second kitchen sits between these two rooms for easy entertaining.
Decidedly spacious thanks to the residence’s 30-foot width, the master bedroom suite, complete with a sitting room, and a large wood-paneled library with another fireplace are on the third floor. Four additional bedrooms can be found on the fourth floor. Back on the first floor, in the rear, is the 35-foot-deep, south-facing garden, a much-needed sanctuary in the city. The mansion has 7 bedrooms, 5 baths, 2 half baths , 9,050 sq. ft. and worth $36.5 millions.
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