Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The H.P. Davison Residence

The Henry Pomeroy Davison residence designed by Walker & Gillette c. 1917 at 690 Park Avenue in New York City. Davison was a financier and senior partner at J.P. Morgan. Click HERE to see Davison's Long Island estate 'Peacock Point' also by Walker & Gillette. The city residence is now the Italian Consulate. Click HERE to see the Davison residence on google street view.






Photos from Architecture, 1919.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very handsome house as was "Peacock Point", one of Long Island's greatest losses. Happy to see this home survived.

Patricia said...

Is that George Washington over the mantle in the library?

Zach said...

Sure looks like it.

And oddly enough today is George's birthday (he'd be 280 years old).

chipon1 said...

you have got to love the turntable in the garage, makes it easier to come and go in the city

The Down East Dilettante said...

Such a handsome house, inside and out. Talented boys, Walker & Gillette

(one of the wonders of my youth was an extremely elegant 12 car garage on the Atwater Kent estate at Bar Harbor. One large door only...drive on to a turntable, and the car would then be sent in the proper direction in the vast carriage room.