Orchestrated by F. Burrall Hoffman, Jr., for Charlotte Winthrop Fowler, and enjoyed by the Fernanda Wanamaker de Heeren Munn family for four generations from the early 1920s on, the Wanamaker-Munn House captures to perfection a rare moment in time. Resembling an ornate Parisian hotel particulier, its staggering beauty overwhelms all who enter. Voluminous and light, it showcases heavenly salons ornamented with nine period marble fireplaces. An arcaded loggia, grand gallery, baronial living and dining rooms, and mahogany library are but a few of the glorious public settings. The Neo-Georgian ambiance echoes as well in the intimate private suites and family areas beyond the elegant staircase. An elevator joins all six floors, culminating the romance by opening to a roof deck that treats guests and family alike to mesmerizing views that sweep across Central Park and the water.