This Bronx house, known as the Henry F. Spaulding Estate, has an utterly fascinating history: It was first built in 1880 and is a great example of what's known as the Stick-Eastlake style, something you don't see too much of in New York City.
Perched atop a cliffside in the Bronx overlooking the Palisades sits one of the most charming residences within New York City: Villa Charlotte Bronte. It was designed, and has survived, as a pastoral escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The modest exterior of this Riverdale ranch house belies its lovely, fully renovated interiors. And Thanks to the house's location, it has spectacular views of the Hudson River and the New Jersey Palisades.
While many of our Monday Mans houses are lovely and grand, they don't always qualify as, well, mansion-y. But not so with this 15,000-square-foot Riverdale home, with seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, and three half-baths.
Lovely Riverdale homes are practically a dime a dozen, but there's something special about this stunner on Sycamore Avenue. For starters, the Neo-Colonial home has a beautifully landscaped backyard that'll be perfect come summertime.
The name Dwight James Baum may not mean as much to New Yorkers as those of Stanford White or Cass Gilbert; but Baum, whose Bronx mansion is on the market for $2 million, deserves at least a modicum of praise they've received.