See Some of the Priciest Pads in America

HGTV takes a closer look at some of the priciest pads in America in the one-hour special What's With That Expensive House?

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis turn-of the-last century Manhattan mansion was designed by the architect who built Carnegie Hall. The freestanding home has been designated a national, state and city landmark.
Right in the heart of the Big Apple is this magnificent mansion designed by William Tuthill, the architect of Carnegie Hall. Stepping into this mansion is like stepping into a world of wealth and power from turn-of-the-century New York. Built in 1909, this free-standing Manhattan mansion has been designated a national, state and city landmark. The tobacco baron who built it even had an underground tunnel (now boarded up) that connected the home to both Riverside Park and the Hudson River. At 12,000 square feet and four stories high, who says you can’t get a decent-size house in Manhattan? If you have $25 million.

Real Estate Services: Brown Harris Stevens, www.bhsusa.com

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