A historically significant granite-and-iron-spot-brick townhouse with fanciful terra-cotta embellishments and distinctive interior millwork is poised to enter the market at $29 million.
According to the listing broker, the ambitious asking price, if received, would allow 24 West 71st Street to set a neighborhood record for a second time. When it last sold for $4.275 million in 1996 after a painstaking renovation, it was the highest-priced townhouse on the Upper West Side. The current record, $25 million, was set earlier this year by 247 Central Park West.
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