Closed Rental Exclusive: 28 East 21st Street, #1B



28 East 21st Street is a landmark twenty five feet wide, 7 unit, five story townhouse built in 1846 that once served as the home for the Tiffany studio in the late nineteenth century. The building also served as the home and studio for Richard Morris Hunt-renowned architect of Carnegie Hall, The Met and many more extraordinary works of gilded-age NYC architecture.

Apartment #1B features a one bedroom south-facing apartment occupying the back half of the ground floor with hardwood floors throughout. The kitchen boasts custom millwork and counters, subway tiling, barreled ceilings, exposed brick and stainless steel appliances. The tasteful renovation spared no expense in the master bath: ambient lighting, programmable wall jets, hand and rain shower. French doors lead out from the living room to a 1,000 square foot beautifully manicured terrace and garden, complete with outdoor furnishings. Direct sunlight bathes this extraordinary outdoor space for all of the prime sun hours. A carriage house with a generously proportioned full bath sits at the back of the property, which may be used as a studio/office, second bedroom, or entertaining space.

Rarely available in the Flatiron district, this pre-war townhouse is pet friendly and allows pied a terres, guarantors, co-signers and has a fast and light approval process. Architecturally speaking this is a fairly unique Italianate townhouse typified by the round arched entrance, the rusticated stone at its base and the play of round and pointed pediments above each exterior window. The best restaurants, nightlife and shopping that the city has to offer are at your doorstep. Gramercy Park, Madison Square Park and Union Square are all within less than a 5 minute walk from this highly sought after location.

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