[Vanderbilt House.]

[Vanderbilt House.]

The Vanderbilt Houses, Fifth Avenue, New York  19th century

William Henry Vanderbilt, I Margaret Vanderbilt [Mrs. William Douglas] Sloane 3 Townhouses ["The Triple Palace"] 640 & 642 Avenue and 2 West Street, New York, NY John Butler Snook, Architect

Cornelius Vanderbilt House 1900

The Gilded Age Era: The Cornelius & Alice Vanderbilt II Mansion, New York City. The Vanderbilt's Kept Their Original Entrance And Used The Porte Cochered Entrance For Formal Events.

Probably my most favorite house that ever existed in New York, then or since.  660 Fifth Avenue, the home of William K. and Alva Vanderbilt.

Looking back at Manhattan's lost Gilded Age mansions

vanderbilt 5th avenue homes picture | Grand Salon, Cornelius Vanderbilt II house, 1894, at Fifth Avenue and ...

Gilded Age Drawing room, of the William H. Vanderbilt mansion, at and Fifth Avenue, NYC.

William K. Vanderbilt house, 1882, designed by Richard Morris Hunt, at 52nd and Fifth Avenue; photographed by Robert Bracklow circa 1900.

William K. Vanderbilt house, designed by Richard Morris Hunt, at and Fifth Avenue; photographed by Robert Bracklow circa Photo by Courtesy of The Museum of the City of New York/The Monacelli Press

Bronze door entrance to the American Gilded Age - NYC mansion of, socialite William Henry Vanderbilt. It was located at, 640-642 Fifth Ave. ~  {cwlyons} ~ (Original image from:  "Mr. Vanderbilt's House and Collection", c.1883).

Entrance and bronze doors, from the William Henry Vanderbilt - Gilded Age, NYC mansion. ~ Original image from: "Mr. Vanderbilt's House and Collection", ~~ {cwl}

Herter Brothers (1864–1906). Console from the drawing room of the William H. Vanderbilt House, 1879-82. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Jan and Warren Adelson, 2013 (2013.956a, b) | This work is featured in the “Artistic Furniture of the Gilded Age” exhibition, on view through May 1, 2016. #GildedAgeFurniture

Herter Brothers console from the drawing room of William H. Vanderbilt House The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Jan and Warren Adelson, 2013 b). This work was featured in the Artistic Furniture of the Gilded Age exhibition through May

The double mansions of William H. Vanderbilt and family between 51st and 52nd Streets on the west side of Fifth Avenue, completed in 1881. On the next block is the limestone mansion of William K. and Alva Vanderbilt. The brownstones beyond were soon replaced with three more Vanderbilt houses. (New York Social Diary)

The double mansions of William H. Vanderbilt and family between and Streets on the west side of Fifth Avenue, completed in 1881

William H. Vanderbilt House (twin Vanderbilt Houses) 5th Avenue and 51st Street.]Museum of the City of New York

[The Vanderbilt House on Fifth Avenue.] - The William Henry Vanderbilt residence at Avenue and Street.

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