Henry T. Sloane House
It was originally constructed for Henry T. Sloane and later became the French School, along with its extensions in the former Oliver Gould Jennings House. It was in turn vacated by the school and is being renovated to become a luxury house for a family again.
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- Craven, Wayne (2008). Gilded Mansions: Grand Architecture and High Society. New York: W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 978-0-393-06754-5.
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