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  • c. 1850 – Blair, SC – $173,900

–Beaux Arts (1885-1930)

1894 – Chicago, IL – $6,650,000

2466 N Lakeview Ave, Chicago, IL 60614 - Contingent or Pending Sale*

Chicago's historic 'Wrigley Mansion'. This magnificent estate was designed by famed architect Richard Schmidt and completed in 1896. The steel and concrete structure is clad in an elegant baroque terra cotta tile and patinated copper roof. Exceeding 13,000 square feet, the main house features: 9 bedrooms; 6.3 baths; a grand foyer; a solarium; butler's pantry; wine bar; walk-in vault; game rooms; staff quarters; a mahogany paneled library; sprawling master suite with his and hers baths; and top floor ball room with unobstructed Lincoln Park and Lake Michigan views. Lovingly preserved and exquisitely finished with rich and exotic mahogany, cherry, and bird's eye maple woods, marble fireplaces and fixtures, intricate mosaic tile, ornate hardware, and glowing gold and silver leaf coffered ceilings. The property also includes a 2K+ sf coach house with ground floor storage and garage bays, and two residential units above. Take a 3D Virtual Tour! Bank of America Restrictions apply.

9 Beds // 13705 Sqft

01/31/2017 // 34 Comments

1922 Beaux Arts – Cherryville, NC – $359,000

402 N Mountain St, Cherryville, NC 28021 - For Sale*

Register as one of N. Carolina's Historic Preservation. This home built in the Renaissance Revival style. First floor features Living room, den, formal dining room and formal breakfast room, kitchen, butler's pantry, bedroom & bath, a bright sunroom and back porch has been converted into an eating area. The second floor has 4 bedrooms and bath. There are rooms in the basement. Original gleaming hardwood floors throughout. 3 Fireplaces. Home perfect for entertaining. So much to this property.

5 Beds // 3 Baths // 5230 Sqft

07/12/2016 // 16 Comments

1901 Beaux Arts – Washington, DC (Stanford White) – $26,000,000

15 Dupont Cir NW, Washington, DC 20036 - Sold*

An architectural and historical landmark prominently sited on Dupont Circle in the heart of the nation???s capital, this Italianate mansion was designed in 1901 by Stanford White of the renowned architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White. President & Mrs. Coolidge resided here in 1927 and hosted Charles Lindbergh after his solo transatlantic flight. Stunning facade of marble and glazed terra cotta and elegant, refined interiors. Available for the first time in 50 years, this cherished property offers over 36,000 square feet & is suitable for an embassy, foundation headquarters, association, club or personal residence.

16 Beds // 14 Baths // 36470 Sqft

07/24/2013 // 17 Comments

1910 Beaux Arts, Waco, Texas – $199,000

1425 Columbus Ave, Waco, TX 76701 - Sold*

An architectural showcase close to downtown Waco. Wood floors, gorgeous mouldings, staircase and stained glass windows! Separate garage and a .6250 sq ft lot. This is a great opportunity to renovate a true Waco treasure. Gorgeous living spaces and has great bones to work with. Beautiful windows. Structural integrity throughout.

6 Beds // 4 Baths // 10641 Sqft

05/14/2012 // 10 Comments

1903 Beaux Arts – Sharon, Connecticut – $6,650,000

138 Amenia Rd, Sharon, CT 06069 - Sold*

One of the most beautiful homes in Connecticut is tucked away deep in the countryside of Sharon, in the Northwest corner of the state. It is known in the area as "The Colgate Mansion" and it was created for Romulus Riggs Colgate and his wife Susan by the award-winning architect J. William Cromwell, Jr. ...

9 Beds // 6 Baths // 12057 Sqft

04/30/2012 // 15 Comments

1902 Beaux Arts, Rhinebeck, New York – $8,490,000

189 River Rd, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 - Not For Sale*

Astor Courts. Grand Beaux Arts Mansion designed ny Stanford White for John Jacob Astor as part of the Ferncliff Estate. Originally known as Ferncliff Casino, converted to a private residence in 1941. Magnificent restoration. Grand entry hall. Marble indoor pool. Indoor clay tennis court. 50 acres on the Hudson River. Fabulous views. Long private drive. (A second description) Astor Courts: Set along the Hudson River, this architectural masterwork was originally part of Ferncliff, the vast country estate of John Jacob Astor IV. Perched high on a crest to take full advantage of the glorious river views, the residence was designed by celebrated Gilded Age architect Stanford White in 1906.Incomparable period detailing has been restored throughout the regally scaled residence, which displays the artistry and craftsmanship of its distinguished roots. A diamond-patterned marble terrace, indoor pool and indoor clay tennis court count among the many remarkable highlights that make this an exceptional showplace for entertaining.Offering extensive frontage along the majestic river, this totally private setting is set within Rhinebeck's premier estate area, only minutes from the charming village.

5 Beds // 4.5 Baths // 24300 Sqft

03/27/2012 // 29 Comments