On a particularly desirable street in Lenox Hill, between Fifth and Madison Avenues, several historic Beaux Arts mansions were combined to create a building now known as the Curzon House.
In this enviable milieu—steps from some of the city’s finest restaurants and boutiques—is this rarified home, the combination of what were once two separate residences and a portion of which was renovated in the 1990s by world-renowned architect Maya Lin, famed designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in the nation’s capital and cultural centers that have helped define contemporary architecture.
The layout is versatile, featuring two levels of generous living space ideal for entertaining, and a sleek kitchen appointed with top-of-the-line appliances.
Crisp clean lines and details that include a floating black-and-blonde staircase hovering above the dining area.
The quiet, secluded master suite enjoys a lavish bath, office space, and a private patio, while two of the spaces in the separate three-bedroom guest wing are divided by a moving wall that allows for the creation of one larger, more expansive space.