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...
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