A photo a day from the "City that Never Sleeps".
Nice photograph. I like the garden surrounding the house, it looks like a very pleasant place.
It is a beautiful building and it would take the money Sothebys earns to afford it. I am guessing but it probably doesn't come cheap.Abraham LincolnRemember "The World's Ugliest Cat?" He got a haircut!Brookville Daily Photo
This building has a great history. It was built in the 1920s as a two family home by Levin (the brother of my great grandfather )originally from Chicago and before that Lithuania. After Independence it became the Soviet embassy and was bombed, I think, in the 1950s. I think that I read that a wealthy Russian is buying to use as his office.
A lovely looking building..the stone work looks so clean.
another picture of the same awesome building:http://hofshi.blogspot.com/2007/07/blog-post_3727.html
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