Mexican billionaire, Carlos Slim 20,000 square feet mansion became one of the most expensive public housing in New York, when it came out in the spring market. But only recently they were released pictures of the inside of the house belonging to the second richest man in the world, a palace of 25 rooms worth $ 80 million.
The house was originally built in 1901 and was officially named the home of Benjamin N. And the Sarah Duke. Slim’s Fifth Avenue palace holds court on the Upper East’s Side’s “Gold Coast.” Located at the corner of Fifth Avenue, directly across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It sits at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street, directly across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The style is French, Renaissance.
The wood paneling on the floor is carved by hand
Airy and sunny. Windows drench the house in sunlight while providing a view of the tree-lined streets.
It has 25 rooms and 11 fireplaces
An iron ladder stretching up to five storeys
Although construction of the early 20th century, the house is perfectly preserved.
The view from the Met’s terrace is part of the magic