Mansion with Dakota Views Hits Market

An 18 room mansion overlooking the historic Dakota has hit the market. Located at 5 West 73rd Street, the Beaux-Arts property spans 20 feet in width, with 9,575 total square feet of interior space.

The layout consists of 9 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. It’s on the market for $17,995,000.

Also known as the 1903 Strasburger House, 5 West 73rd Street was designed in the Beaux-Arts style by the architectural firm Welch, Smith and Provot. They also created the Duke-Semans Mansion on Fifth Avenue, which was later owned by Carlos Slim.

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The colorful exterior features a red brick and limestone facade and a charming mansard roof. You’ve seen this house before!

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The grand marble lobby boasts intricate ceilings and chandeliers. It looks like it should have a doorman!

Upper West Side Townhouse Interior

5 West 73rd Street comes with the original (working) elevator, but there is also a beautiful sweeping staircase which accesses all floors.

The mansion also comes with nine fireplaces and herringbone floors.

Dakota Townhouse

Almost 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.

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A beautiful parlor floor with views of the Dakota, built-in bookcases, original inlaid floors and eleven-and-a-half foot ceilings.

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And a huge master bedroom.

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All photos courtesy of Yale Wagner for Sotheby’s International Realty

The property is listed with Michael Sieger and Lars Klingstedt of Sotheby’s International Realty.

Here’s a full look at the listing.

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