Is this the loveliest co-op in Lincoln Square? We're smitten. Located at 27 West 67th Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, this three-bedroom duplex features a dramatic stained glass window, beautiful wood beams and doors, handmade castle-like chandeliers, and two fireplaces. A balcony on the mezzanine level looks over the main living space, and the unit comes with a separate staff room on the top floor of the building, which was built in 1901 as housing for artists. This unit sold just last December for $4.8 million to Bonita Roche, the ex-wife of late billionaire Charles Bronfman. She's now re-listed the unit for $4.95 million.
· Listing: 27 West 67th Street, 5FW [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
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