FINEST MANSION 25 FOOT WIDE FOR $2,500 PER FOOT BY C.P.H. GILBERT!Unparallel opportunity on today's market to own priceless king size limestone mansion with approximately 14000 Square feet, on a seven levels, created by C.P.H. Gilbert. It is unlikely that another will be available in nearest future.Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert was American architect of late 19th and 20th centuries best known for designing opulent townhouses and mansions for the wealthiest and influential, industrialist and bankers of the Gilded Age.King sized rooms with high ceilings, with abundant light, perfect scale floor plans, sculptural staircases with leaded glass skylights, was his signature work. Palatial limestone striking faade in French Gothic style, make this mansion ideal for single home, embassy, foundation, art gallery, or institutional use.Allene Tew (American socialite during the Gilded Age who became a European aristocrat by marriage) commissioned CPH Gilbert in 1905 to design their 57 E 64th street limestone mansion.Unique architectural details through out is preserved and restored to the historic accuracy, passenger elevator on all levels, working fireplaces, bowed floor to ceiling windows, leaded glass skylight, Central air, etc.Located on north side of 64th street preferred by those who seeks far more light to pure into the building on one of the best block in New York City' Gold Coast, coveted neighborhood for the world's most wealthy residents, make this house unique opportunity.Among most noticeable creations of CPH Gilbert is iconic lacy French Gothic limestone mansion for Harry F. Sinclair on Fifth Ave and 79th St built in 1898 now Ukrainian Institute, in 1905 for Joseph Raphael De Lamar Madison Ave and 37th St Beaux-Arts style mansion now the Poland Consulate General, in 1916 for Otto H. Kahn Fifth Ave and 91st St Neo-Italian Renaissance Style Palace with 65rooms one of the largest private mansions in NY now the Convent of the Sacred Heart, in 1906 for Felix M Warburg mansion on Fifth Ave and 92nd St in French Gothic style now the JewishMuseum , in 1905 Neo-Renaissance mansion for Morton Freeman Plant on Fifth Ave and 52nd St now Cartier!!!!!