This architecturally significant Limestone townhouse is located in Brooklyn, NY. Spanning 50 feet in width, this grand mansion has 3 floors plus a basement level and features a marble entry hall with bronze doors, sweeping grand staircase, banquet size reception rooms, intricate plaster details and wood paneling throughout, 8 foot Italian marble fireplace and much more. It was designed by the legendary architect Frank J. Helme and has had only three owners since it was constructed in 1912. The original residents, the Tracy family, used it as their private residence before they transferred ownership to the Knights of Columbus, who in turn sold it to the current owners in 1969, the property was then used as a private school until just a few months ago. It is listed at $25,000,000.
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