Harlem’s Turreted Circus Castle Is Getting a Big Makeover | Curbed NY

by Hana R. Alberts

Bailey Mansion Restoration

Harlem’s Bailey Mansion made headlines in 2009 when the 1888-built home at 150th Street and St. Nicholas sold for 75 percent off its asking price of $10 million. It took a few years, but the former residence of circus mogul James A. Bailey (yes, as in Barnum & Bailey) is now in the process of getting gussied up. That process starts not with the nine-bedroom interiors rife with historic details but rather with the century-and-a-half-old slate roof on top of the limestone castle.

Read more: Harlem’s Turreted Circus Castle Is Getting a Big Makeover – Restorations – Curbed NY.

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