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The Schinasi Mansion on Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side of Manhattan was just listed at $14.95 million by a new agent, according to The Real Deal.The home initially hit the market in 2006 with an asking price of $31 million. That amount has been lowered several times since then.
The home was built in 1909 by William Tuthill, the same architect who designed Carnegie Hall. Solomon Schinasi, a Turkish tobacco baron, commissioned the home.
The home’s claim to fame it’s the only free-standing single-family mansion in Manhattan.
It has 18 rooms and spans 12,000 square feet, and includes a library, pool room and several great rooms.
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