Hotelier Richard Born Buys Opulent NYC Home For $18M

The fancy Upper East Side spread offers views of Fifth Avenue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Borns can now call the entire floor their home, reports The Observer.

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The fancy Upper East Side spread offers views of Fifth Avenue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Borns can now call the entire floor their home, reports The Observer.
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The ceiling height of the home is eighteen feet.
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A “treasured“ salon faces Fifth Avenue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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There were originally 14 rooms, including four-five bedrooms, five bathrooms, five staff rooms, a formal dining room, a kitchen, a corner library, and four fireplaces.
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The home has been updated with the help of renowned architect and designer Peter Marino, but maintains a “vast array of prewar details.” and was featured on the cover of Architectural Digest.
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Currently, the home has nine rooms, with four bathrooms and two powder rooms, a staff room, and a master suite created from two of the old staff rooms. Two other staff rooms have been turned into a gym.
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