Gloria Vanderbilt Mansion Split into Three Properties
The former mansion of Gloria Vanderbilt, The New York City Townhouse, where Gloria Vanderbilt spent her babyhood is so large and lavish that it has been split into three properties and will be soon available in the market for sale.
Vanderbilt, who is now 94 lived in the property with her family in 1924 before her father, Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt, died in 1925.
This lavish triplex is located in the posh Upper East Side neighborhood and includes a maisonette parlor and lower level, a duplex in the third and fourth floors and a penthouse. The penthouse will be sold for $30 million. It features an abundance of sunlight coming through the walls of windows all over the place. The house comprises of a living area of 5,700 Square Foot which has been given a modern look and includes a sleek fireplace and gold candelabra chandelier.
Coming to the kitchen, the place comprises marble-topped island and also features ample place for a breakfast table.
There is also a separate family room which includes a corner exposure and a giant size flat screen television mounted on the wall.
There are four bedrooms with four full baths, all of which are styled elegantly and have large windows for plenty of sunlight and air.
While a white light fixture allows one of the bedrooms to appear soothing to eyes, the tub in the bath gives a pleasant contrast against the dark wood.
The area of the private terraces is said to be around 1522 square feet.
Well with the images and décor of the property, the buyer will be really having a hand on a gem when the property hits the market later this month through Douglas Elliman Real Estate.