Gothic Revival

Cool Listings, Historic Homes, Soho

 All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

A 19th-century custom-designed Soho building once owned by William Waldorf Astor is on the market for $17 million. Located at 435 Broome Street, the Victorian Gothic building was built in 1873 by famed architect William Appleton Potter and features five tall loft stories framed by exterior cast-iron colonnettes and capitals. As the listing describes, the property, located between Broadway and Crosby Street, is the “perfect multi-functioning property for retail, office, or residential mixed-use.”

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Cool Listings, Getting Away

50 crows nest road, cool listings, westchester, bronxville, mansions, gothic revival

Photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence.

With a 10,442-square-foot interior, 50 Crows Nest Road–known more casually as Crows Nest–in the Westchester County village of Bronxville, NY seems worth its $3.5 million ask (recently reduced from $4.4 million) on that information alone. This 1849 Gothic Revival manor house was built of local stone and sits on 1.3 acres of hilltop land–with the Manhattan skyline visible in the distance. It’s a suburban mansion rich with well-preserved dramatic flourishes, with modern infrastructure and design added to make it a 21st-century family home.

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Cool Listings, Interiors, Park Slope

55 7th Avenue, limestone 1880s Gothic revival townhouse, private terrace

Here’s a $995,000 unique two-bedroom pad on coveted 7th Avenue, right near Prospect Park. It’s a second-floor unit in a limestone 1880s Gothic revival townhouse, and it features original details like crown and ceiling moldings, 12-foot ceilings with medallions, hardwoods with walnut inlay, a marble mantel, and those windows. Not to mention, there’s a peaceful private terrace overlooking a garden.

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Cool Listings, Fort Greene, Interiors

Get Transcendent in This Fort Greene Studio for $3K/Month

By Aisha Carter, Wed, February 18, 2015

Adelphi Street b/w Willoughby and Dekalb Avenues, Gothic Revival former place of worship, modern bathroom

They say “cleanliness is next to godliness.” Well, if that’s the case, living in this sparkling former place of worship is probably sitting in godliness’s lap. That’s what this cool Gothic Revival studio offers for $2,995 per month. And as a bonus, you’ll be able to walk the paths of former Fort Greene resident, Walt Whitman.

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