Originally built in 1903, the home was fully restored and updated by real-estate developer Keith Rubenstein and his wife Inga. The mansion is over the top, inside and out. According to the listing, the annual property tax bill is over $240,000.
The home boasts six bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread out over 14,700 square feet. All six levels are connected by elevator, including the 2,500 square-foot rooftop deck.
As you move throughout the home, the grandeur doesn't fade. Both formal and informal living rooms complete with 17-foot high ceilings and chandeliers offer plenty of space for entertaining and lounging.
The spacious first-floor kitchen has sleek white cabinetry and countertops made with Carrara marble. There's also a separate kitchenette and butler's pantry on the second floor.
A second floor dining room with a marble fireplace and walls lined with art seats 14.
A spacious and modern master suite occupies the third floor. The master dressing room has glass shelves, a lighted handbag display, and a temperature controlled vault for furs.
Attached is a decadent and mirror-lined master bathroom with a marble-framed fireplace.
Opposite the master suite is a custom built wood-paneled library and ventilated smoking room.
There's plenty of light steaming into the fifth-floor media room, complete with a pool table and wet bar.
And a basement level gym, pool, sauna, and massage room ensure you never have to leave the comforts of home.