An Upper East Side duplex with a bevy of lovely moldings and an impressive array of puffy window dressings is on the market for $5.295 million. The home at 35 East 68th Street between Madison and Park avenues is in a 1901 limestone mansion designed by New York Public Library architects Carrère and Hastings. The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment occupies the building's full third and parts of its fourth floor, and has such lovely period details as handcrafted mahogany, coffered ceilings, and antique crown molding.
· Listing: 35 East 68th Stret #3/4 [Urban Compass]
· On the Market archives [Curbed]