Distinguished Stanford White landmark, features a rarely available two bedroom and 1 ½ bath duplex.
This five story mansion was designed in the Italian Renaissance Revival style, as the private home of famed businessman/politician James H. Robb, and completed in 1892. Years later it became the The Advertising Club, reconfigured by Fred F.French. In 1977 this iconic structure was converted into an intimate cooperative offering fifteen distinct residences, each with its own unique character. This stately mansion resides in NY’s most convenient midtown neighborhood, on Murray Hill’s gold coast.
Welcome into the first floor entry level, of this two bedroom, one and a half bath duplex home. Here you will find the gracious parlor-like living room with its tall 10ft ceiling, (fire place, not currently operative), crown moldings, facing south onto a brownstone street. The adjacent dining area is served by the large kitchen with pass-through. Also on this floor is the 2nd bedroom with one closet, a coat closet and the powder room. Continue down the winding stairs to an urban sanctuary featuring the grand master bedroom with four custom closets and en suite bathroom.
Enjoy the benefits of living in the heart of the city just a block in either direction to the uptown Madison Ave and the downtown Lexington Ave buses, as well as the 34th street subway, both tunnels into and out of the city, and just seven blocks from Grand Central station. Your neighbors are New York’s most iconic buildings, the Empire State and the Chrysler building, the Morgan Library, Bryant Park, shops on Madison and Fifth Avenues, and near to Broadway’s hits! It’s a deal!