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Elegant Upper East Side apartment in a 19th century brownstone wants $3.6M

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The apartment is a combination of two units on the fifth floor, and offers up 2,800 square feet of space

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A 19th century Upper East Side brownstone is now offering up two apartments on the fifth floor as a combination sale. Apartments 12 & 13 would offer a total of 2,800 square feet of space, should a buyer come forward to scoop up this offer.

Combined, this spacious apartment would have four bedrooms, and three bathrooms, and get tons of light from six large south-facing windows. Some of the standout features of this combo pad include the three fireplaces, one of which is in the living/dining room of apartment 13; the 10-foot-tall ceilings; and a large master suite with an attached spa bath. For all of that, this co-op is asking $3.62 million

The two units are part of the seven-story building on East 76th Street, The Imperial, which is located next to the Carlyle Hotel. The Imperial is notable for its gilded wrought iron gates at the front entrance, which in turn leads to a lobby with marble walls and hand-laid mosaic tiles on the floor.