July 19, 2013

Historic Real Estate: The Multi-Million Dollar Edition

  • By: Emily Potter
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Backyard view of the Delano & Aldrich Manor Home. 

Delano & Aldrich Manor Home -- Muttontown, NY

The Delano & Aldrich architecture firm specialized in the Beaux Arts tradition for elite clients in New York City, and this home shows off their trademark combination of brick and limestone. Seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, and 14 fireplaces sprawl throughout 11,500 square feet, and the three acres of landscaped property comes with a heated, in-ground pool. Price tag: $3,980,000

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Looks can be deceiving -- behind this modest front is nearly 9,000 square feet of living space.

Cordelia A. Culbertson House -- Pasadena, CA

This house was the last major project jointly undertaken by Charles and Henry Greene, the brothers behind architectural firm Greene & Greene, who were famous for their Arts & Crafts style. The Culbertson House, however, goes beyond their traditional style and incorporates unique Asian and Californian Mission influences. 130 windows keep the masterpiece light and airy. Price tag: $7,500,000

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Front view of the stunning, historic Donaldson Mansion.

The Historic Donaldson Mansion -- Minneapolis, MN

The Donaldson Mansion was built in 1906 for Lawrence Donaldson, who, with his brother William, founded the Donaldson Department Store in Minneapolis. At just over an acre, the land is one of the largest residential properties in Minneapolis. In addition to the house, there is also a tunnel connecting the home to a four-stall carriage house with second floor apartment. Price tag: $5,975,000

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