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Introducing "The River Mansion," an opulent Beaux-Arts brick and limestone mansard mansion located in the historic Riverside Drive-West 105th Street District. Built from 1899-1902 by renowned architect Robert D. Kohn, this stunning five-story property spanning 10,000 sqft boasts a grand foyer, parlor, library, wine room, wine cellar, media room, two kitchens with a service kitchen, dining room, roof deck, and elevator. The home features seven wood-burning fireplaces throughout.
With five spacious bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two half-baths, this exquisite home is the epitome of grand elegance and sophistication. The primary fa ade features a beautiful blend of dark red brick and limestone and spans both West 106th Street and Riverside Drive.
Inside, you will find brand new, high end, finishes, and materials, including JennAir luxury appliances, which are sustainably produced. This immaculate property is also the site of the 48th Annual New York City Kips Bay Decorator Show House, a testament to its exceptional beauty and prestige.
The River Mansion is truly a work of art, with its three bays of windows on Riverside Drive with views of the Hudson River and three widely spaced bays on West 106th Street. The primary entrance is flanked by elaborately carved, banded columns inspired by late 16th century French architecture, and a strong horizontal band-course forms the top of the stone English basement, which is thus set off as a podium. In the two outer bays, tall arched limestone frames rise from the podium and enclose the second and third-floor windows.
The roof deck spans 2000 sqft and offers unparalleled views of the Hudson River.