It's Free to Look: Mad, Crazy Space

In this Dorilton listing, there certainly is never a shortage of places to put things. Prudential Douglas Elliman thinks it has “the square footage you might find in a single family town house, but with the conveniece of only two floors.” With two dining rooms, two kitchens connected by dumb waiters, seven “Juliet” balconies, and enough multi-purpose rooms to outnumber your purposes, this duplex will satisfy a very large family, indeed.

The home is outfitted with all the appropriate necessities, including  inlaid floors, French windows and doors, a 30-foot entry hall, a combination of central and window air conditioning, and a landscaped roof deck. Compared to your eleven-room palace in the Dorilton, the outside yard area and even the prime location in Lincoln Square might seem pretty superfluous—$6 million will have bought you all the frolicking space you could ever need, with only one staircase to make your life difficult.

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It's Free to Look: Mad, Crazy Space