French NeoClassical Town House owned by Les Wexner, Jeffrey Epstein renovated by Onestoneworld
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One Stone World is a full service company performing the function of Design, Shop-Drawings, Value-Engineering, Project Management, Stone Supply on high quality residential, commercial projects throughout the USA and worldwide.

LONG BEACH, Calif. - Californer -- French NeoClassical Town House owned by Les Wexner and Jeffrey Epstein renovated by Onestoneworld with French Limestone.

The French neoclassical townhouse at 9 East 71st Street is one of the most fashionable blocks on the Upper East Side. Bookended to the west by the Frick Collection on Fifth Avenue and the 1810 St. James' Church just across Madison Avenue in the east.

Fifty feet wide and seven stories tall, the house was designed by Horace Trumbauer, a fashionable residential architect, for Herbert N. Straus, an heir to the Macy's department store fortune whose father had perished on the Titanic ( years earlier.

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In 1989, Les Wexner purchased the Herbert N. Straus House on 9 East 71st Street in the Upper Side of Manhattan in New York City and renovated it completely with Onestoneworld providing all cut to size French limestone for exterior facade as well as interiors.

Jeffrey Epstein took full possession of the mansion in 1998 when he paid Wexner. The mansion is reputedly the largest private residence in Manhattan at 21,000 sq ft (2,000 m2).

Hidden under a flight of stairs, there is a lead-lined bathroom fitted with its own closed-circuit television screens and a telephone, both concealed in a cabinet under the sink. It also has its own heated sidewalk to melt away the snow. The entrance hall is lined with rows of individually framed prosthetic eyeballs which were made for injured English soldiers.

Working in the Stone Industry for over 30 years, founder and President, Tor-Leif Walker, brings his knowledge and experience to ONE STONE WORLD. His strong attention to detail provides a level of quality and professionalism rarely seen in the Stone Industry at very competitive pricing.

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While working for others in the industry, Tor-Leif observed continuous delays and quality problems occurring with most of the existing fabricators and suppliers. Tor-Leif saw an opportunity and founded One Stone World in 1998. Since its inception, One Stone World has been involved in some of the most prestigious stone projects in the USA and worldwide.

Tor-Leif's experience with natural stone has resulted in strong and repeat relationships with architects, owners, general contractors, stone fabricators and quarries the World over.

Furthermore, OSW is able to match existing Ceramic/ Porcelain tiles which are discontinued and can not be found anymore on the market.

OSW  supplied  ceramic/porcelain tiles for the major malls developers including Simon Properties, Brookfield/GGP,Unibail Rodamco Westfield, Taubman, Macerich, Morguard, WP, Starwood, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Cadillac Fairview, Pyramid Management…

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