10. The Fabbri Mansion
This mansion, completed just after what is considered the end of the Gilded Age, was designed by Grosvenor Attebury in the Italian Renaissance revival style for Edith Shepard Fabbri, a great-granddaughter of Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt. It features architectural elements shipped over from Italy during World War I. Today, the home is run by the House of the Redeemer, a cultural and religious organization affiliated with the Episcopal Church. The mansion is open daily to the public for prayer and meditation and for special events such as their series of Fabbri Chamber Concerts.
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