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The Pumpkin House gets its name from the shape of the lighted windows and the orange glow of sunset. Perched high above the Hudson River — at the highest natural point in Manhattan &mdash the art-filled home belongs to interior designer William Spink and much of the interior details are original...

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Original details like paneled walls and tiled ceilings are still part of the decor. The house was completed in 1925 &mdash even before the construction of the nearby George Washington Bridge had begun.

For more about the Pumpkin House and its owner, see The New York Times: Who Lives There: A Face in the Crowd. Don't miss the slideshow for more interior images.

Images: Piotr Redlinski for The New York Times