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Maya Lin designed this $11.5M Upper East Side condo

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The multi-level home measures 4,700 square feet and comes with five bedrooms

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A 4,700-square-foot, multi-level home renovated by acclaimed architect Maya Lin is now on the market, on the Upper East Side for $11.5 million. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom apartment is part of the tony Curzon House development on East 62nd Street.

The apartment opens up into a spacious sitting room; the living room is located one floor below this entry area and features a wood-burning fireplace, and a glass ceiling on one end of the room that fills the space with light.

The master suite is separated from the rest of the apartment and is located on the lower level, in the eastern portion of the apartment. Aside from the master bedroom, this wing also comes with a home office, the master bath, and access to a patio.

Three additional bedrooms are part of the upper level on the western side of the condo. Some of the other standout features of this home include the Anigre maple flooring, the Sycamore paneling, and the 460-square-foot, landscaped garden designed.