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Most expensive house in New York City: $161 million mansion on the Upper East Side in Manhattan

Amazing library in a 15 million dollar home. One of my dreams is to have a two story library.

The 15 Most Beautiful Places in New York You Didn’t Know Existed

The Most Beautiful Places in New York You Didn't Know Existed

From secluded swimming holes and waterfront castles, to a ridiculous lighthouse and Giant Ledge.

What is it look like to live in a $95-million apartment in Manhattan | Kitchen

Check Out the Penthouse Floorplans, and Views, in 432 Park

432 Park Avenue is a residential tower in Midtown Manhattan that, at feet in height, is the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.

Boldt Castle, New York | Incredible Pictures, I would love to see this

I Am the King of My Castle (21 Photos)

Boldt Castle, located on Heart Island in the Thousand Islands of the Saint Lawrence River, along the northern border of New York, USA

The 20 most awesome abandoned places

The 20 most awesome abandoned places

Ravenloft Castle is hidden deep in the woods of Upstate, New York. Construction began during the early years of World War I and ceased in 1924 (three years after the death of the owner). The castle was never completed nor was it ever lived in.

Abandoned Ravenloft Castle,Upstate New York.(The castle had 36 rooms and legend passed down from generation to generation says that each room had steam heat and electricity long before any home in the township had them.

Whiteface Mountain Steps, New York| The Most Beautiful Places in New York You Didn’t Know Existed

The Most Beautiful Places in New York You Didn't Know Existed

The Most Beautiful Places in New York You Didn’t Know Existed Whiteface Mountain steps Wilmington Sure, you know about skiing at Whiteface, but go there in the summer and you’ll see a whole lot more green faces and spectacular views from its summit steps.

Anyone who fancies themselves a ghost hunter in the state of New York should make a visit to the Beardslee Castle one of their top priorities. I have heard of and have seen many so-called haunted places in my travels around this wonderful state of ours. I have to say that Beardslee is both one of the most fascinating and one of the most authentic that I have personally come across.  The oldest stories told of the ghosts who inhabit the Beardslee Manor...

Anyone who fancies themselves a ghost hunter in the state of New York should make a visit to the Beardslee Castle one of their top priorities. Beardslee Castle - Little Falls, NY.

Beautiful USA - On an island in the Hudson River, New York lies the remnants of the Scotsman's fortress called Bannerman Castle.

Beautiful USA - On an island in the Hudson River, New York lies the remnants of the Scotsman's fortress called Bannerman's Castle abandoned military surplus warehouse. Pollepel Island, Hudson River, New York.

New York!  The Power House at/for Boldt Castle is attached to Heart Island by this awesome bridge.  Located in the St. Lawrence river in the 1000 Islands region of New York.  Built in the very early 1900's to house two generators.  Boldt castle can be visited and rented for weddings!

The Power House at/for Boldt Castle is attached to Heart Island by this awesome bridge. Lawrence river in the 1000 Islands region of New York. Built in the very early to house two generators. Boldt castle can be visited and re

The Plaza Hotel at 59th, Fifth & Central Park South. The lobby is amazing. Go in and walk through even if you don't want to have a drink or it's not your lifestyle or in your pocket book.

NEW YORK: New York City - The Plaza Hotel at Fifth & Central Park South. The lobby is amazing. Go in and walk through even if you don't want to have a drink or it's not your lifestyle or in your pocket book.

ABANDONED. BANNERMAN'S CASTLE is without a doubt the Hudson Valley's most renowned ruin.     Bannerman's is the perfect ruin, right down to its location-- on Pollepel (or Polopel) Island, which is fabled for eerie happenings going back to the 1600's.  The island is owned by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, and is closed to the public.  In recent years, limited public access has been allowed through the Bannerman's Castle...

BANNERMAN'S CASTLE is the Hudson Valley's most renowned ruin. On Pollepel Island (fabled for eerie happenings going back to the and owned by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, the ruin is closed to the public.

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