The Gilded Age New York Mansion From ‘The Age of Innocence’ Just Hit the Market for $6.5 Million

What better way to evoke your inner New York City socialite than by living in a mansion from The Age of Innocence?

The storied Westchester County manse in question, which Houlihan Lawrence just listed for $6.5 million, was built way back in 1853 at the height of the Golden Age. As such, it provided a perfect backdrop for Martin Scorsese’s 1993 flick, which depicts New York’s high society in the 19th century.


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