UWS Beaux Art Mansion 352 Riverside Drive
Beaux Art Mansion on the Upper West Side
This UWS Beaux Art Mansion is one of New York’s great irreplaceable homes reminiscent of old Europe with all its elegance and grandeur. This extraordinary 26 foot wide limestone and brick mansion sits on a 41 foot wide lot surrounded by private gardens. The home measures over 10,500 square feet, with an additional 1120 square foot landscaped rooftop with stunning Hudson River views.
The townhouse was designed by Robert D Kohn in 1900 for silk merchant Adolphe Openhym and is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
This six story single family residence has nine bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three powder rooms. There are eight stunning fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling mahogany framed windows, leaded glass windows and a majestic baronial mahogany staircase with an original Tiffany skylight at the top. A modernized elevator runs throughout the residence to all levels, including the rooftop.
The home is set back from its neighbors and gets phenomenal sunlight from all directions.
The UWS Beaux Art Mansion runs along the scenic Riverside Park and retains some of the best views of the Hudson River in all of Manhattan.