This majestic 25 foot wide, five story, elevator, limestone mansion was built in 1896 by renowned architect Clarence True and has been impeccably renovated and restored to the highest standards by designer Victoria Hagan and architect Oliver Cope.
Rarely has a magnificent single family home, offering such gracious elegance and breathtaking proportions, come to market.
Located on a tree lined street, around the corner from Riverside and Hippo Park, this house is one of seven in a row of limestone beauties. There are townhouses in all directions which allows for every room of this exquisite home to be bathed in sunlight.
Perfect for entertaining, the home's brilliant floor plan offers six or seven bedrooms, a gorgeous formal dining room with soaring ceilings and service kitchen, a spectacular living room with floor to ceiling bay windows, wet bar, a welcoming sitting room with handsome built-ins and wood burning fireplace and a wonderful chef's kitchen with a cozy breakfast room that opens on to a lovely landscaped garden.
The luxurious master bedroom has a large dressing closet and spacious en-suite bathroom with separate tub and shower. Completing this floor, is a library with custom paneling, built-ins and a gas fireplace.
Architectural Digest chose to feature this special home, highlighting its grand scale and timeless original details, seamlessly combined with modern day amenities such as central air, an elevator and bedroom level laundry room. There is also a finished basement with a gym, lots of storage and a full staircase with sky lights leading to a possible roof garden. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO WATCH THE VIDEO.
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