By Caroline Biggs

Published on November 30, 2015

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Three years after her death,  the print pioneer’s family is finally selling Brown’s longtime Upper West Side estate.

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Built in the 1920s by esteemed architect Emory Roth, the condo occupies four floors of one of the famed towers of the Beresford building on Central Park West. 

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The blush-toned living room features leopard print carpeting and a wraparound terrace offering impressive peeks of the park and skyline.

 

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The bright red painted dining room is lined with plush banquettes and antique mirrors. 

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The master bedroom takes up an entire floor of the penthouse and includes bubblegum-pink shag floors and a private dressing room.

 

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There’s also an en suite library as well as a top-floor observatory—framed by two  spacious terraces—with 17-foot tall ceilings, arched windows, and panoramic views of the Big Apple.