It's Free to Look: You're The Top, You're a Waldorf Salad!

There are plenty of places to live in New York that used to be inhabited by the rich and famous. If you’re one of those people that feels the need to live in one, this $140,000-a-month Brown Harris Stevens rental might just do the trick, as playwright Cole Porter called it home while penning some of his more famous peices, including “Don’t Fence Me In” and “You’re The Top, You’re a Waldorf Salad.”

The place features six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, marble entryway, wine refridgerator and a 30-by-24 foot living room all with “old world character” combined with “21st Century luxuries.”

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