By Caroline Biggs

Published on September 12, 2016

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According to Curbed, Clinton and hubby Marc Mezvinsky moved out of the prewar pad—nestled inside the iconic Grand Madison Building—back in 2013. 

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The open living area offers ten-foot high ceilings, oversized windows (with view of 5th Avenue and Madison Square Park) electronic shades, and an impressive built-in speaker system. 

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The lofty chef’s kitchen is outfitted in dark wood cabinetry, subway tiles, and a colossal workstation that doubles as a breakfast bar.  

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The three-bedroom abode also includes two-and-half bathrooms, one spacious master suite, and nearly 2,000 square feet of living space. 

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Not to mention the insanely posh marble master bathroom, that comes complete with double sinks plus a steam shower and a soaking tub.

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And like any luxury Manhattan building, residents get round-the-clock access to a fitness center, storage room, concierge service, and even rush-delivery dry cleaning!