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A Master Architect's Former Studio Now for Sale at $825K

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Nineteenth-century starchitect Richard Morris Hunt was the mind behind plans for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and other big-name buildings and the founder of the American Institute of Architects?and he did much of his thinking from a studio at 28 East 21st Street. That property is now on the market for $825,000, and the place is also for rent at $3,750/month. The interior design's a bit of a hodgepodge, as Curbed National notes: preserved crown molding and French doors, but a more modern granite kitchen and drywall half-walls.

· Listing: 28 East 21st Street [Town]
· For Sale: Master Architect Richard Morris Hunt's Former Studio [Curbed National]