New York, NY
This impressive seven story mansion may be the finest example of Beaux-Arts style architecture in New York City. Built in 1900-1901 by the architects Janes andLeo, the distinctive and historically significant residence is an archetype of the French-inspired design, characterized by bold and exuberant ornamental detail, a dynamic bowed front, three dimensional rusticated limestone base and wrought iron balcony. The main entrance is set into the center of the facade and flanked by Doric columns with a separate service entrance at the west end of the lower story. The home was gut renovated in 1998 and built full to a 25' x 100' lot on the first 3 floors, featuring outstanding amenities such as Smarthouse, Geothermal HVAC, modern floor plan, 7 fireplaces (6 wood burning and 1 gas), outdoor space on most floors, including a 25' x 25' terrace off the vast chef's kitchen, and a roof garden. The rare offering is a free standing building with abundant light and windows on all four sides. A hallmark of grand style and elegance, thismagnificent property has been under consideration for designation as an historic landmark by The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
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