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Joseph De Lamar's Beaux-Arts mansion at Madison Avenue and 37th Street is now the property of the Consulate General of The Republic of Poland. One of the most opulent gilded age mansions surviving in New York City, the stone residence was designed in 1902 by Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert (1860-1952), a society architect whose stock in trade was extravagant private mansions; his list of clients included the Woolworths.
STATS 5 BEDROOMS 6.5 BATHS 8,000 SQ. FT. $25 MILLION Red clay brick and raked limestone define this neo-Georgian mansion on a treelined street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The home was built by architect John G. Prague in 1872, remodeled by architect R. D. Graham in 1902, and updated by Ronald Bricke in 1996. Contact: Compass, 917-680-8933; compass.com