Majestic doesn't begin to describe this magnificent home. Registered with the National Register of Historic Places, Circa 1835, this Italianate beauty in the Shakespeare Theatre District aims to charm those with the most discriminating tastes. Formerly the residence of Alfred Ely Beach, inventor of NYC's first subway, this masterfully renovated antique colonial was restored with attention to details of the period while maintaining the historic integrity of the home. Modern amenities combine with the grace and charm of yesteryear. The home features 10 ft ceilings, 3 fireplaces, formal living and dining rooms, sitting room, library, family room, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The library/office can easily become a 5th bedroom or guest room with ensuite full bathroom. Your modern kitchen comes complete with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, center island, six-burner and convection oven by Fisher & Paykel, breakfast area and mud room/large pantry. The restored garage/barn holds 4 cars in addition to over 800 square feet of storage space! Fabulous screened porch and deck for entertaining. Updated electrical, central air and roof, 2007.
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