Great Spaces: Historic Brownstone in Gramercy Park

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For New York City fans, living in a brownstone often tops the real estate dream list. If you’ve got some serious cash to drop on a rental, then this newly listed Gramercy Park spot is sure to brighten your day.

With four bedrooms and three bathrooms, this pre-war building has been gorgeously restored with all the flourishes and finishing touches you can imagine. Clean lines and bright spaces travel throughout the home. Built in 1851, the space features Turkish marble floors, a stunning center staircase, French terracotta tiles, and a sunny garden—an absolute unicorn in New York. Balconies with views of Stuyvesant Square Park, a rooftop patio and ample skylights make this space a true haven amidst the busy city lifestyle.

Listed by: Bo Poulsen and Kristin Herrera, Halstead Property
Listed for: $19,500 a month







Gramercy_8Image Credit: Halstead Property

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