Built for Mrs Hermann Oelrichs, an heiress of the Comstock Lode silver treasure, Stanford White designed Rosecliff to look like the...
While the peerless position and splendor of the grounds alone are worth the price of admission, this faux-English manor house also...
National Museum of American Illustration
This acclaimed museum features an impressive collection of Maxfield Parrish's impossibly luminous works in color, NC Wyeth prints,...
Thames St Kitchen
This BYOB restaurant is the baby of two New York chefs who are devoted to field-to-fork dining and craft their limited menu with...
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Marble House information
Designed by Richard Morris Hunt and built in 1892 for William K Vanderbilt, the younger brother of Cornelius II, the gaudy Marble House – built of many kinds of garishly colored marble – is a whorish building whose inspiration was drawn from the palace of Versailles and comes complete with custom furnishings styled after the era of Louis XIV.