Go inside the spectacular Gilded Age mansion of Edith Shepard Fabbri, the great granddaughter of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt and wife of J. P. Morgan associate Ernesto Fabbri on a special tour with Untapped New York. The mansion at 7 East 95th Street, built between 1914 and 1916 by L’Ecole des Beaux-Arts trained architect Grosvenor Atterbury, is now the location of the House of the Redeemer, a unique setting in New York City for reflection, study, fellowship, and prayer.

Courtesy of House of the Redeemer, Photograph by Brandon Harrison

Inside the home guests will see decoration by Egisto Fabbri which incorporates the Fabbris’ collection of Italian Renaissance and Baroque furnishings and architectural fragments. Among the many stunning spaces you will see is the impressive library, a custom built space decorated with original wood ceilings and paneling from a 1600’s Ducal palace on the outskirts of Urbino, Italy that were transported across the ocean through U-boat infested waters during World War I!

Untapped New York will be offering a tour of the House of the Redeemer on Saturday, June 13th at 11 AM led by Judi Counts, Executive Director of the organization. Join us for this special access tour, tickets are limited!

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Courtesy of House of the Redeemer, Photograph by Brandon Harrison

In addition to the spiritual retreats and worship activities offered by the House of the Redeemer, the organization also hosts a Fabbri Chamber Concert Series. The series which launched in 1999, is an annual event consisting of three concerts at the House of the Redeemer performed by the finest artists inside the library.

Courtesy of House of the Redeemer, Photograph by Brandon Harrison

Courtesy of House of the Redeemer, Photograph by Brandon Harrison

Join us for the tour of the House of the Redeemer!

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