When Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts of Manhattan interiors studio Haynes-Roberts were handed this 1850s mansion, “the place was fabulous but crumbling," they told Architectural Digest. Collaborating with Stanhope Gate Architecture, the designers transformed the timeworn home into the magnificence you see today. The beauty is in the details, and from the 1932 Picasso above the living room mantel to the dramatic vintage chandeliers in almost every area of the house, no expense has been spared in this extravagant space. Scroll down to see more through photos by Simon Upton for Architectural Digest.
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