Jean Kennedy Smith, who passed away last June, was a diplomat, author, and peace advocate. According to The New York Times, Jean moved into the home, in one of New York’s most prestigious neighborhoods, in 1998, after retiring from her diplomatic duties.  See: World’s best homes – tour the globe’s most beautiful houses The home combines the 6th and 7th floors of an opulent 14-story building that was built in 1928. Both the interior and the exterior of this historic property showcase its sophisticated heritage – through its five Juliette balconies, a windowed staircase, and an ornate wood-paneled library. There are also three authentic wood-burning fireplaces dotted around the home.  The duplex has an eat-in chef’s kitchen, along with four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a further two bedrooms, two bathrooms in an adjoining apartment. There is also plenty of room to store your goods from Fifth Avenue in the three walk-in closets and additional dressing room area.  See: Obama house: tour Barack and Michelle’s new Martha’s Vineyard home The top floor also boasts a separate sitting room and kitchen, that will accommodate your guests when they awake in the city that never sleeps. The renowned grandeur of New York is framed by the floor-to-ceiling windows, which showcase the most fashionable neighborhood in the city along the East River. See: Bedroom ideas – designs and inspiration for beautiful bedrooms This timeless design is the product of the celebrated Sicilian American architect, Rosario Candela, who left his charismatic signature on some of New York’s most fashionable properties, such as this at 4 Sutton Place (opens in new tab), amid the boom of the 1920s. See: Living room ideas – clever ways to decorate living spaces The duplex is only a short hop from the exclusive eateries of Lexington Ave, which are best enjoyed after a Saturday morning indulging in the neighborhood’s vibrant cultural scene at The Museum of Modern Art.  See: Inside JFK’s elegant red-brick townhouse in Georgetown, Washington DC Paul Kolbusz, Melissa Sargeantson, and Markus Buchmeier of The Corcoran Group hold the listing.