8) 9 EAST 84TH ST
WARREN AND WETMORE MASTERPIECE
This elegant turn-of-the-century Mansion has a Beau-Arts 25 ft. Limestone facade, built in 1901 by Warren and Wetmore,
one of the most prolific architectural practices in America. Warren and Edmund Baylyes's Development Company built this
Mansion for Ogden Mills Bishop and his family. The truly exquisite facade recreated the typical composition of 19th
century Parisian streetscape. Located off Fifth Avenue's prestigious musuem mile stretch, this is a trophy residence with
abundant space, estimated at appoximately 15,200 sq. ft., consisting of 7 floors built 80 ft with a 4 story extension
The property has exceptional dimensions and volumes which include:
soaring 16 ft. ceilings on the Parlour Floor, a Grand Salon with tall French windows, wide and gracious landings,
a restored 18th century French boiserie panelled Formal Dining Room with precious original
moldings. There are nine working fireplaces with decorative marble mantles and a skylight over the sweeping staircase.
The light pours into the rooms through superb windows and unusual three exposures.
unmatched offering is an opportunity for a buyer who would like to customize this exceptional property to their specific needs.
It stands steps off the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and in the heart of the Upper East Side's most coveted family environment.
Simply beautiful, distinctive, and unique.