60 East 93rd Street

Townhouse | sold
93 & Mad
WEB ID: 518347
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    About 60 East 93rd Street

    Renowned architect John Russell Pope designed this mansion in the neo-classic French style. It is reminiscent of the small maison particuliere at Versailles. The 57-foot wide mansion is built entirely of finely detailed stone and is symmetrical except for the round-arched doorway finished in rustic sytle and set back at the right side of the building. The three-bay main structure has a deeply c...

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      • Principal & Interest$38,078.99
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