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In the Upper East side was put up for sale the home of Eleanor Roosevelt. The potential owner it will cost $13.5 million (photos)

House in new York city that once belonged to Eleanor Roosevelt, put up for sale for $13.5 million. The five-story mansion is located in Upper East Side 211 East 62nd Street. Former first lady lived in the house from 1953 to 1958. Here she met with many famous personalities, including Indira Gandhi, Adlai Stevenson and John Kennedy.

Historic district Treadwell Farms has always attracted outstanding personalities. Among them — Maria Bartiromo, Martin Scorsese, Montgomery Clift and Kim Novak.

The building was built in 1873, since then it has been completely refurbished and redesigned.

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It allowed Pets, even have a private outdoor terrace and a fitness room.

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The house has 4 bedrooms.

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Each is distinguished by its unique design.

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The building has 12 additional rooms.

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The lobby is impressive with superb architectural detail.

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The house combines all the comforts of home. For example, a cozy reading area where you can lie down on the couch with a favorite book by the fireplace.

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Five spectacular bathrooms — both with eye-catching design…

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… and surprisingly gentle.

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A cascading staircase.

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Some stylish rooms.

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Well-equipped kitchen.

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Roof terrace with stunning views.

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A modern fitness room.

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The house is furnished with special taste living in this really begin to feel less important figure than the President or first lady.

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Details to meet the former home of Eleanor Roosevelt on the site real estate Agency Stribling Properties.

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