Recently, a 12 room duplex came on the market in the 998 Fifth Avenue Building, designed by McKim, Mead & White. The legendary firm well known for buildings like the Brooklyn Museum and the Washington Arch in Washington Square Park, designed the building in 1910.
Listed by The Corcoran Group, #56E maintains its historic charm with plenty of original details including "antique paneling, leaded glass windows, a stained glass curved two story church window, boisserie, antique Georgian mantles and numerous other original moldings and detail."
The four bedroom duplex has a dining room that seats 16, a grand entrance gallery with an original curved staircase and complete staff quarters with bath ensuite.
Take a look at this $23 million dollar stunner: