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Upper West Side Townhouse Designed by Turett is on the Market

Positioned on a prime, picture-perfect, tree-lined West Side block, just a few feet from Central Park, this gut-renovated and rebuilt Renaissance Revival 8,564 sf townhouse beauty delivers on every level. Originally built in 1910 and designed by architect George M. Walgrove, this classic turn of the century home, noteworthy for its distinctive rooftop turret, has been painstaking transformed through a years-long renovation into a mansion-scaled residence with elevator access to all seven floors, perfectly appointed for modern-day living, designed by noted architect Wayne Turett.


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