Fouad Chartouni, owner of New York City's Lowell Hotel, has placed his 40-foot Upper East Side mansion on the rental market for an eye-popping price of $125,000 a month, reports The Real Deal.
That makes this limestone townhouse the second most expensive residential property available for rent in Manhattan. (The most expensive is an eight-bedroom for $135,000 a month.)
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Charouni's pad offers 12,120 square feet of living space, plus a 2,435-square-foot cellar, and a south-facing cobblestone garden that takes up 3,350 square feet. There are ten bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and three powder rooms, an elevator, fitness center, and five working fireplaces.
Chartouni bought the home for $8.25 million in 2003. He's never lived in the home, but renovated it himself. The agent of the listing, Cathy Franklin, told The Real Deal that the apartment had the "most beautiful renovation" she has ever seen.
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