An astounding vestige of gilded age opulence, this 11,000 square-foot French Renaissance Revival mansion is unique in the landscape of New York. Behind its intricate gothic facade complete with gargoyles and scallop shells, is a palatial home with 18 rooms, 4 terraces, 6 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, 9 gas lit fireplaces, a spa area with gym, sauna and pool, and an elevator. Perched regally on Riverside Drive, it overlooks Riverside Park and the Hudson River beyond. This magnificent townhouse, completed in 1899, is considered one of the crowning achievements of society architect C.P.H. Gilbert.
The luxuriant interiors feature mahogany floors and paneling, coffered ceilings, custom marble fireplaces and crystal chandeliers. Morning light pours in through the expansive bay windows at the back of the house. Every clear evening, the front bay windows capture a beautiful western sunset. On this site in the desirable Upper West Side, you are afforded the unique opportunity of owning one of the grandest homes in New York. Click Here for more information.