Behind the wrought-iron gate sits a stately home of grand scale proportion. From the first step into the foyer the home is immediately inviting. Soaring 11.5 feet tall ceilings allow for an abundance of natural light, meticulously maintained original details offer and old-world charm, 7 fireplaces evoke a warm atmosphere, and two private outdoor spaces lend to lavish modern living. The home is 20 feet wide and measures over 5,700 sf, offering seven bedrooms, four full baths, three half baths, and two laundry rooms. The state-of-the-art kitchen is found on the garden level. With two center islands, two sinks, double ovens, and a separate yet open dining area, this level is perfect for everyday living and entertaining alike. There is direct access to the garden patio for al-fresco dining. The parlor level is dedicated to the formal living space. The south facing great room is grand and the living room is warm, adorned with bespoke oak built-ins. The intricately designed hard wood floors connect the two rooms to become one cohesive living space. The three remaining floors house the seven bedrooms of the home. Each offer ample living and storage space. The primary bedroom is exceptionally large with its own fire place and an en-suite marble bathroom with double sinks. The home, built in 1860, is situated on a coveted tree-lined block. It’s location in Murray Hill Historic District gives easy access to many world-class restaurants and shopping as well as public transportation & Grand Central Station. The homes systems were recently updated including heating, Central A/C, and a new roof.