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Ardrossan (Horace Trumbauer, 1912)
The grand rooms of this 38,000 square-foot Georgian masterpiece have been restored to their original state and celebrate the pinnacle of Gilded Age aesthetics. Built in 1912 by society architect Horace Trumbauer, and still occupied by the same family, this iconic building is a pure study in elegant early 20th century design and social history.