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. This 125,000 square foot summer “cottage” in Newport, Rhode Island cost over $7 million, but Vanderbilt had little time to enjoy either of his two new houses.

May 22, 2023 · Cornelius Vanderbilt II only lived for four years after the house was built, dying of a stroke at age 55.

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Dimensions: 16 1/4 × 22 3/4 in. C. Download scientific diagram | Post, Cornelius Vanderbilt II house, third-floor plan, before 1894 expansion (collection of The New-York Historical Society) from publication: The Spatial Practices.

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Biltmore Estate is the largest house in the United States, and it was home to one of the Vanderbilts. The Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion on 57th Street and 5th Avenue, now demolished. Jun 18, 2019 · Here are five you can visit.

. Apr 4, 2020 · Alaska: Russian Bishop's House • City: Sitka • Built In: 1843.

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The Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion, 742-748 Fifth Avenue.

Demolished. One of the first New York Vanderbilt estates was located in New Dorp, Staten Island, built for William Henry Vanderbilt and his wife Maria Kissam circa 1850.

Post. Sep 19, 2021 · Cornelius Vanderbilt II House, New York (8,400m²) Exterior view of the home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, on 1 West 57th Street, in New York, early twentieth century Bain News Service/Getty Images.

Photo from Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Detroit.
Cornelius Vanderbilt II (1843–1899) Townhouse, the "Cornelius Vanderbilt II House" (1883) at 1 West 57th Street, Manhattan, New York by George B.

Cornelius Vanderbilt II (1843–1899) Townhouse, the "Cornelius Vanderbilt II House" (1883) at 1 West 57th Street, Manhattan, New York by George B.

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Post and Richard Morris Hunt. Photo from Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, Detroit. He bequeathed $7 million to Cornelius II who bought a city block on New York’s Fifth Avenue where his Vanderbilt uncles and cousins had chosen to build on ‘millionaire’s row’. Additionally, Arden House takes up 97,188 square feet while Winterthur resides on 96,582. William Henry appointed his first son, Cornelius Vanderbilt II, as the next "Head of House". .

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[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, II, and Alice Claypoole Gwynne Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. .

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