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Sprawling Carnegie Hill townhouse sprinkled with stately finishes wants $18.5M

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The 5,900-square-foot townhouse comes with four bedrooms, and five bathrooms

Located right in the heart of Carnegie Hill on the Upper East Side, and just a block away from the Cooper Hewitt Museum, this sprawling brownstone, that recently underwent a renovation, spans 5,900-square-feet, and comes with four bedrooms.

In features that are all befitting of a stately and grand Upper East Side mansion, this home comes with a south-facing landscaped garden on the ground floor; a library and a formal living room on the second floor fitted with a wood-burning fireplace, and 11.8-feet-tall ceilings; a 340-square-foot terrace, also on the second floor; a master-bedroom with seven built-in wardrobe closets on the third floor; and a skylit staircase that leads to the top floor which has two additional bedrooms, and space for a home office.

The basement is fitted with a recreation area and two large rooms, and if you couldn’t be bothered to use the balustrade staircase that runs through most of house, an elevator connects all five floors. Obviously such luxury does not come cheap, especially on the Upper East Side—for all of that, you have to shell out $18.5 million.