By Caroline Biggs

Published on November 28, 2015

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The couple bought the duplex and combined it with the apartment next door to forge a mega-townhouse inside of a posh prewar building. 

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The two-level spread features a top floor designed for entertaining—complete with a full chef’s kitchen and formal dining room—and a lower level that functions as the private living quarters.

  

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The 2,800 square-foot-abode boasts three wood-burning fireplaces, a terrace (with all-glass doors for access), a foyer (with 10-foot-tall ceilings), and breathtaking views of the city in just about every room. 

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The old-world-style kitchen features butcher block and marble countertops as well as a wall of windows and skylights. 

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An iron staircase leads to the downstairs living quarters; including the spacious master bedroom that offers its own dressing room and en suite master bath with a freestanding tub. 

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There’s also a large family room, powder room, private study, and glass-enclosed office space in the lower level living area, making the eight-figure price tag a little more discernible.