It’s been a while since the opulent landmarked mansion at 352 Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side has been on the market. When the nine-bedroom, six-bathroom home first hit the market back in 2015, it wanted $19.75 million. After a series of price chops, the home, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has returned with a significantly lower asking price of $11.95 million.
This isn’t the first price chop that the Robert D. Kohn- designed home has seen. Just three months after hitting the market in September 2015, the home shaved $2 million off its asking price, bring it down to $17.95 million. After a market hiatus, it returned in 2017 for $15 million, but alas, there still weren’t any takers.
As for the Beaux Arts limestone and brick house itself, not much has changed. It still boasts an original mahogany staircase that is crowned by a Tiffany stained-glass skylight, eight wood-burning fireplaces, elaborate moldings, floor-to-ceiling windows framed with mahogany wood, wainscoting, an expansive garden with a fountain, and a landscaped roof garden with views of the Hudson River.