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Every Piece of Furniture in the Whole of NYC Asks $9.99M

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Though other units in The Dorilton, a 1902 Beaux-Arts building on Manhattan's Upper West Side, have been praised for their splendor, perhaps none has quite so much splendor—or quite so much anything, really—as this duplex, newly listed for $9.99M. Beamed ceilings, inlaid floors, leaded beveled glass windows, and kitchen cabinetry are among the lovely original details that remain, to which the current owners have added artwork and mirrors to fill every inch of wall space, as well as ABC Carpet's full inventory of chairs. The time capsule meets furniture showroom apartment offers six bedrooms, five baths, and, if the new owners make friends with the right people, a free New York Times subscription: the paper's publisher, Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger Jr., lives just upstairs.

· 171 West 71st Street, Unit 910A, NYC [Fox Residential via Zillow]