See Inside a Gilded Age Townhouse on the Upper East Side
Located on a quiet block of the Upper East Side, this six-floor, nine-bedroom townhouse previously owned by Mary Tiffany, daughter of Art Nouveau stained-glass master Louis Comfort Tiffany, is now on the market for $59.5 million. Scroll down for a look inside.
The 20-foot-wide townhouse was built in 1869.
Its facade was updated to limestone in 1919 by prominent Upper East Side architect George Blum under the direction of then-owner Emily Hesslein, heir to the Neuss, Hesslein & Co. textiles firm.
It has six floors of living space connected by a central stair with a brass-and-iron balustrade.
Bebe Winkler oversaw the interior design, which includes museum-quality custom lighting.
The second floor includes two salons for entertaining.
The southern one, shown here, features a wood-burning fireplace.
The kitchen adjacent to the formal dining room includes an eight-burner Viking range, multiple ovens, and dual Sub-Zero refrigerators and Bosch dishwashers.
Here's one of the nine bedrooms.
There are seven full bathrooms.
An elevator connects all six floors plus the basement, which includes a home office, storage rooms, a laundry room, and staff quarters.
For almost $60 million, it could be yours.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.