Actress Uma Thurman’s Manhattan duplex has perhaps one of the most coveted apartment features for New Yorkers: a key to the private Gramercy Park, reports StreetEasy. The 1910 home was redesigned by architect Paul Scott and inside, the elegant rooms flow seamlessly and wrap around two corners of the building. There’s a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, a tin ceiling in the kitchen, and ten-foot ceilings throughout the residence.

On the main floor there’s a renovated eat-in kitchen with a walnut counter and a copper sink, a spacious dining room with a terrace overlooking the park, and two bedrooms, one of which is a master suite. The second level houses two more bedrooms, plus a second master suite with a Turkish steam bath that boasts a curved tiled ceiling and walls and heated floors.