Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim’s 20,000-square-foot mansion became one of the most expensive public listings in New York when it hit the market this spring.
At that time, the landmarked, Beaux-Arts masterpiece was listed with facade photos only. Now, interior photos of the home owned by the world’s second richest man have finally surfaced.
Listing agency Sotheby’s International Real Estate has recently uploaded pictures of the house, giving us a better look at what a 25-room, $US80 million townhouse looks like.
The house was originally built in 1901 and is officially named the Benjamin N. and Sarah Duke House.
Keep scrolling for a tour of the townhouse that’s neighbours with the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
It sits at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street, directly across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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