It's Free to Look: Thanks, Pop-Pop!

living 22 It's Free to Look: Thanks, Pop Pop! For the modest sum of $3 million you can live in the sort of luxury J.P. Morgan originally intended for his kin in Murray Hill.

The Prudential Douglas Elliman listing at 108 East 37th Street was originally intdended for Morgan’s granddaughter, and features 2,000 square feet of living space and three outdoor levels totaling 1,500 square feet with views of the Chrysler Building. Inside is impressive, too, with a chef’s kitchen, 170-bottle wine refridgerator, working fireplace, floor-to-celing walls, and a media room with drop-down screens.

SLIDESHOW: Thanks, Grandpa! >>

Article continues below
More from Business & Tech
Alan Colmes and Sean Hannity attend the Fox News Channel 10th Anniversary celebration on October 4, 2006 in New York City.
Alan Colmes, Dead at 66, Represented a More Civil America