852 Fifth Avenue
Manhattan, New York, NY, USA

  • Architectural Style: Queen Anne
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  • Year Built: 1889
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  • Architectural Style: Queen Anne
  • Year Built: 1889
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Apr 06, 2023

  • Charmaine Bantugan

Oliver Payne House

Built in 1889, for the lifelong bachelor Colonel Oliver Hazard Payne (1839-1917) who lived in the 25-foot wide turret seen here on the left of what otherwise appears to be one house. The rest of the double-house was occupied by Henry Osborne Havemeyer and was given the address No. 1 East 66th Street. The building was designed by Charles C. Haight and it bears a noticeable similarity to Haight's 1887 design for the former New York Cancer Hospital which still stands at 455 Central Park West.

Oliver Payne House

Built in 1889, for the lifelong bachelor Colonel Oliver Hazard Payne (1839-1917) who lived in the 25-foot wide turret seen here on the left of what otherwise appears to be one house. The rest of the double-house was occupied by Henry Osborne Havemeyer and was given the address No. 1 East 66th Street. The building was designed by Charles C. Haight and it bears a noticeable similarity to Haight's 1887 design for the former New York Cancer Hospital which still stands at 455 Central Park West.

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