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C. Jun 17, 2019 · class=" fc-falcon">The grandest of Newport's famous "cottages," The Breakers was the summer home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, built in 1893 in the Italian Renaissance style.

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The Cornelius Vanderbilt II House was a large mansion built in 1883 at 1 West 57th Street in the heart of Millionaire’s Row, constructed for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, the eldest grandson of.

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Parson: Monmouth University: 1927: Beaux-Arts: Horace Trumbauer: 9: 88,000 sq ft (8,200 m 2) Meadow Brook Hall: Rochester Hills. M.

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She left the estate to their youngest child, Gladys Vanderbilt (1886-1965) , who married Hungary's first Minister to the United States, Count László Széchenyi de Sárvár-Felsővidék (1879-1938.

The Cornelius Vanderbilt II Mansion, New York City.

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