Storied Mansion Neighboring The Frick Sells For $32M

The sale was the most expensive sale of the week, reports the New York Times.

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The sale was the most expensive sale of the week, reports the <a href="http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/12/13/big-ticket-gardens-in-the-backyard-for-32-million/?ref=realestate&_r=0" target="_blank">New York Times</a>.
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The building, built in 1929 for Walter N. and Carola Warburg-Rothschild, has been owned by the Century Foundation from 1958 to 2012 and the top floors were used for offices.
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The 11,256-square-foot building neighbors The Frick Museum.
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The backyard is part of the private gardens known as the Lehman Gardens.
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The spiral staircase raises to a skylight.
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The mansion, "ripe for restoration," was listed for $40 million.
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A look at the brick-and-limestone facade.
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