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North Hills condo with colorful history
A North Hills condominium on the market for $942,000 is in a building with a colorful history.
The eight-unit development is on the former grounds of the estate of Louise N. Grace, daughter of shipping magnate W.R. Grace. A developer, who purchased the manor house along with a section of the estate’s grounds, converted the building into the Renaissance Country Club, which opened in 1956.
The five-room, 2.5-bath apartment has two bedrooms, including a master with a sitting room and a balcony. Thanks to the country club years, the development’s amenities include two tennis courts, a full basketball court, a gym-spa and an indoor and an outdoor pool.
The listing agent is Mollie Grossman of Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate.