Classic Duplex in the converted Park Avenue mansion of James Hampden Robb.
4-Room, 1 & bath, 1,049 square foot Duplex in a classic 19th Century converted Park Avenue mansion, this home provides lots of living space to spread out. There are wood floors throughout the entire property. Southern and eastern exposure create great morning light on the upper level, and there is lots of light throughout the day on both levels. The large living and dining area has 11 foot ceilings, beautiful crown moldings, track lighting, and a REAL fireplace. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, including a Viking stove & microwave, and a Bosch dishwasher. And there is a powder room on the upstairs level.
On the lower level the bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. The study/library has built-in shelving, and there is recessed lighting in both rooms. City Windows throughout the entire property maintain pin-drop quiet, and there is through the wall air conditioning on both levels. The building's laundry room is conveniently located right outside the door on the lower level, and laundry is free!
The James Hampden Robb House was designed by famous architects McKim Meade and White, and the construction was supervised by Stanford White himself; when you enter the building you still feel like you are walking into a Park Avenue mansion. 23 Park Avenue is close to the wonderful restaurants, services and night spots of Murray Hill; a short distance from the Theater District; and very close to lots of public transportation, including the Lexington and 6th Avenue subway lines, Penn Station AND Grand Central Terminal, which is right up the street.