An exemplar of Federal style, the town house between Park and Lexington Avenues honors the history and signature elegance of Manhattan. Five floors with six woodburning fireplaces create a cocoon of luxury that is rare even for New York City. Drama begins on the garden level with a marble vestibule and foyer with original moldings. A staircase and elevator unveil the breathtaking parlor floor, where a high-ceilinged firelit formal living room pairs with a dining room with English marble mantel. Third-floor showpieces are a Chinese-red library and garden-view master bedroom. The fourth and fifth floors bestow two exquisite guest rooms, staff quarters, and a terrace.