Inside a newly renovated, 125-year-old mansion asking $18M

29 West 75th Street (credit: Leslie J. Garfield)

An 18th-century Renaissance Revival style mansion on the Upper West Side has hit the market with a brand new look, and it’s asking $18 million.

Originally built in 1892, the five-story townhouse at 29 West 75th Street has recently undergone a full renovation under the watchful eye of its owner — sandwich-mogul Alexander Xenopoulos. City records show he paid almost $3.5 million for the spread in 2003.

Rooms now feature custom made European designer lighting fixtures, fireplaces with mantels from an 18th-century French chateaux, handcrafted crown molding and marble mosaics.

There’s also two kitchens, an elevator, a terrace, a noise reducing sound isolation system and it’s full of some very enviable art deco furnishings.

Richard Pretsfelder, partner at Leslie J. Garfield, who are handling the sale said in a press release, “With painstakingly handcrafted features, and a flawless finish, the attention to detail on offer at this impeccably renovated townhouse is truly a sight to behold.”

The seller, Xenopoulos, is the owner of the PAX, a sandwich catering business, and health-conscious fast-food counter Roast Kitchen.

Take a look for yourself: