With over 25 feet in width, the Emily Trevor mansion contains approximately 10,021 square feet above grade, and a gorgeous, south-facing rooftop terrace.
Constructed in 1928, and renovated in 2010, this steel and concrete Georgian-revival townhouse was designed by Mott Schmidt, deriving from the 18th century Robert Adam English townhouse style, including a stunning 18 c. knotty pine-paneled Library imported from England.
The primary public entrance portico leads into a traditional marble floored reception room and onto an elegant elliptical staircase and large elevator servicing all floors. A separate discreet service entrance allows direct passage from the street to the immense contemporary chef’s kitchen. This kitchen provides access to the garden terrace, renovated lower level and service staircase to the butler's kitchen, adjacent to Formal Dining room above.
The Second floor landing is a 14 x 11 foot gallery with soaring 12 ½ foot ceilings. A grandly scaled south-facing living room overlooks the Church of Heavenly Rest, while a stunning dining room with a bay window occupies the north side, serviced by the aforementioned 26-foot butler’s kitchen with enormous original silver safe.
On the Third floor is the Master Bedroom with renovated and spacious closets and baths. Glowing, wood paneled library with fireplace, wet bar and half bath complete this owner's haven.
The upper staircase first lands on the 4th floor in a skylit media room, flanked by two full-width bedrooms with ensuite baths. Ascending to the 5th floor, there is grand atrium containing a gym, a full bath, and an additional steam shower adjacent to the large sauna, as well as two additional bedrooms. With elevator access, enjoy effortless entertainment or private enjoyment on the 450 square foot roof terrace. www.15e90.com