14 69th (Building)
NewYork, New York City, NY
Welcome to this exquisite piece of history, one of a handful 30’ foot wide home just off Fifth Avenue, the Buchanan Mansion! This Rare French Renaissance Mansion, adorned with a captivating combination of limestone and brick, stands as a testament to the opulence of the gilded age. Originally completed in 1893 as a single-family home for Josephine and William Buchanan and designed by the renowned architect Lansing C. Holden, and later converted into a multi-family, this mansion carries the legacy of a bygone era. Spread over an impressive 30-foot width and 102-foot depth, this gilded Age Masterpiece boasts six levels, including a cellar, and spans across a total of 12,300 square feet. This mansion offers a unique opportunity for the discerning buyer to revive its grandeur. This home is equipped with multiple fireplaces and 12-foot ceilings, enhancing the sense of space and grandeur. The parlor floor greets you with a sense of timeless elegance, featuring 4 luxurious spaced rooms that overlook the immaculate garden on the first floor. A magnificent French style carved, circular wooden staircase seamlessly connects the parlor floor with the third floor, where the master bedrooms and baths of this duplex await. One of the master bedrooms opens up to a planted terrace, providing a serene retreat with privacy and sunshine. The fourth and fifth floors house two spacious one-bedroom apartments each, accessible via a wide mahogany staircase that serves all floors and illuminated by a skylight, adding to the mansion's charm. Delivered vacant, future homeowners could build their dream mansion and create a masterful restoration to its original design as a single-family home. This is an opportunity to own a piece of architectural history, a French Renaissance Mansion that seamlessly blends timeless elegance with contemporary luxury, allowing you to craft your legacy within its renowned walls.