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Park Avenue mansion with indoor rock climbing wall, rooftop terrace returns for $11M

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The expansive home was originally asking $14.7 million

Photos courtesy Leslie J. Garfield.

A massive five-story mansion, spanning 5,200 square feet, has returned to the market with a reduced asking price. The last time we saw the home at 1211 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side, it was trying its luck at selling for $14.7 million. This time around, the regal abode is hoping to unload for an even $11 million.

A few things have changed here but for the most part, much of the home has remained the same. The spacious eat-in kitchen features a contemporary design with stainless steel appliances, a wall of windows, and mint greenish colored cabinets while the formal dining room boasts vibrant teal walls along with high ceilings and a decorative fireplace.

There is no shortage of original details in place, with an oak staircase, hardwood floors throughout, and four fireplaces. Each one of the six bedrooms comes with an en-suite bathroom and one, which looks to be like a children’s bedroom, even comes with a small indoor rock climbing wall. There is also a library, impressive dressing room, and a full basement with a wine cellar on hand.

As for outdoor space, that too is pretty decent: you get a two private terraces as well as a small backyard with space carved out for barbecuing.