Steven Mnuchin Just Put His $33 Million NYC Apartment on the Market

The duplex in an iconic Upper East Side building has a private elevator, marble floors, and more.

740 park avenue
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For six years in the 1930s, resided at the iconic 740 Park Avenue building in New York City's Upper East Side, so it's no surprise that there's a high price to pay for an apartment at the prestigious address. One lucky buyer will now have the chance, as a duplex unit (8/9A) in the building has for $33 million.

The owner of said duplex? Reportedly , the US Secretary of the Treasury.

The stunning space boasts a slew of thoughtful renovations, which work well with its traditional pre-war style. From gorgeous marble flooring and wood-burning fireplaces to a spacious master suite and an eye-catching gallery featuring 11-foot ceilings, the luxurious property has everything a buyer could ever want in a home. Here's a look inside the apartment at the sought-after address.

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1 The inviting foyer has marble floors and a curved staircase with an original banister.
 
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Carol Terner Lederman and Judy Kloner of Warburg Realty have the listing.

2 Four large windows add character to the 800-square-foot living room.
 
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3 In addition to a roomy master suite, there are three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
 
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4 The master suite has a marble bathroom, walk-in closets and a dressing room.
 
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5 The formal dining room.
 
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6 The kitchen features state-of-the-art appliances, including two Sub-Zero refrigerators, two Miele dishwashers, a large Viking stove, and a wine refrigerator.
 
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7 Here's a view of the office space.
 
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