7 West 54th Street
Fifth & Sixth Midtown West
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UTILITIES AND MECHANICALS. BUILT FULL
KITCHEN WITH ORIGINAL CABINETRY AND EQUIPMENT. HALF BATH. ACCESS TO STREET.
ORIGINALLY SERVANTS QUARTERS, CURRENTLY USED AS OFFICES.
TWO BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHROOMS.
MR. LEHMANS BEDROOM AND BATH AND MRS. LEHMANS BEDROOM, SITTING ROOM AND BATH.
SOUTH FACING DRAWING RM W/FIREPLACE OVERLOOKING THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ARTS GARDENS. LARGE LIB, FDR, & PANTRY KIT. REMARKABLY HI CEILS CHARACTERIZE THIS FLR.
A FORMAL FLIGHT OF SHALLOW EXTERIOR LIMESTONE STEPS LEADS TO A LARGE ENTRANCE HALL. 3 REAR RMS WERE PROBABLY PART OF A SERVANTS HALL COMPLEX.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.16,600
A 5-story limestone mansion with copper-framed ocular windows, bowed stoned balcony, French doors with elaborate carved festoons and cartouches designed in 1889 by John H. Duncan as a palatial residence for Philip Lehman and his wife Carrie Lauer. As the 20th Century approached, the mansions of the well-heeled financiers such as James Goodwin & John D Rockefeller Jr. rose alongside. In 2006 a modern glass penthouse was added to the present day façade. The house underwent a meticulous restoration by skilled artisans & designers, and is updated to today's modern standards with the cooperation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and currently serves as a headquarters for a prestigious hedge fund. The building is awaiting a discerning purchaser who desires an ultimate and grand New York mansion. It is also ideal for a school, private club, diplomatic residence or institution.
Additional features of this building include: CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING.
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