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In Lincoln Square, an opulent co-op in a Renaissance Revival townhouse asks $5.3M

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The co-op apartment spans five stories and features plenty of period details

You're basically getting the full townhouse with this cooperative, which has just hit the market for $5.3 million. It occupies five full floors of a building designed by the architects Horgan & Slattery in 1894. The Renaissance Revival-style pad (with Venetian influences) sits between West End Avenue and Riverside Boulevard in the Upper West Side.

The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom spread spans 4,580 square feet. And the perks are plentiful, with restored historic detailing like woodwork and stained glass, two outdoor spaces on the third and fifth floors, an independent guest suite and six wood-burning fireplaces.

A living room, dining room and kitchen is located on the first level of the co-op. The library and master bedroom is situated one floor above. Bedrooms are located on the upper floors, including a guest suite with its own living and dining area.

Historic detailing has been integrated into modernizations of the home, like the stained glass in the bathrooms. And it looks like each of the six bedrooms boast a wood-burning fireplace, some with elaborately carved mantlepieces.

Besides the second floor patio, two terraces flank a sun room on the fifth floor.

The townhouse, located at 331 West 71st Street, has spent the last few years on and off the market. It was listed in 2009 for $5.7 million, in 2011 for $4.995 million, and 2017 for $5.995 million. Last year the price dropped to $5.695 million, before it was listed more recently with Leslie J. Garfield at $5.3 million.