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Beautiful Art Deco home in this architecturally significant gold coast boutique building designed by Phillip Maher in 1929. The interior of this unit was originally designed by David Adler for the first occupants famous artist Frederic Clay Bartlett and features the original mural painted by him in the dining room. The foyer and dining room boast the original Adler terrazzo floors. The living room is a generous 30 x 18 facing south over Goudy Park. It is graced with a beautiful black marble deco wood burning fireplace. A warm paneled library connects both the living room and dining room allowing great flow. The kitchen has both a butler's pantry and a generous eating area. Corian countertops and top of the line appliances to satisfy the best of cooks. The spacious master suite has a large closet and a spa like master bath with his and her vanities, tub and separate shower stall and commode compartment. A spacious second bedroom suite rounds out 3500 sf. Taxes not inc.PARKING $85K
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