Sitting Room of Frederick Vanderbilt house in Hyde Park, ca. 1896.

Sitting Room of Frederick Vanderbilt house in Hyde Park, ca. 1896.

Cornelius Vanderbilt II house, largest home ever in New York City. Vanderbilt houses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cornelius Vanderbilt II house, largest home ever in New York City. Vanderbilt houses - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Kissam Vanderbilt (1849–1920) had three houses designed by Richard Morris Hunt. His townhouse, the "Petit Château" at 660 Fifth Avenue, New York, with details drawn in part from the late-Gothic Hôtel de Cluny, Paris, proved an influential example for other Gilded Age mansions, but was demolished in 1926.

William Kissam Vanderbilt (1849–1920) had three houses designed by Richard Morris Hunt. His townhouse, the "Petit Château" at 660 Fifth Avenue, New York, with details drawn in part from the late-Gothic Hôtel de Cluny, Paris, proved an influential example for other Gilded Age mansions, but was demolished in 1926.

BIG OLD HOUSES: A Vanderbilt house on Fifth Avenue

BIG OLD HOUSES: A Vanderbilt house on Fifth Avenue

William K Vanderbilt House Ava Vanderbilt Fifth Avenue NYC

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Side chair for the Library of the William H. Vanderbilt House Maker: Herter Brothers (1864–1906) Date: 1881–82 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: rosewood, inlaid with brass and mother-of-pearl

Side chair for the Library of the William H. Vanderbilt House Maker: Herter Brothers (1864–1906) Date: 1881–82 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: rosewood, inlaid with brass and mother-of-pearl

Petit Chateau | New York, NY. A monograph of the William K. Vanderbilt house,: Richard Morris Hunt,architect,: John Vredenburgh Van Pelt

Petit Chateau | New York, NY. A monograph of the William K. Vanderbilt house,: Richard Morris Hunt,architect,: John Vredenburgh Van Pelt

Cornelius Vanderbilt II purchased and demolished 3 brownstone houses on the southwest corner of 57th Street and 5th Avenue in preparation for his new mansion. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Cornelius Vanderbilt II purchased and demolished 3 brownstone houses on the southwest corner of 57th Street and 5th Avenue in preparation for his new mansion. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Gilded Age: 1905 high-resolution photo

Shorpy Historic Picture Archive :: Gilded Age: 1905 high-resolution photo

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