By Lynn Byrne

Published on June 30, 2015

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Photography by Credit Bruce Buck for The New York Times
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We all loved Chelsea Clinton's wedding dress, and perhaps you knew she got married at a famous building designed by renowned architect Stanford White, and yet there are tantilizingly few pictures of the event. When viewing the grand exterior of Astor Courts, it is difficult to imagine that a real family lives there today.

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Recently, at a luncheon hosted by Annie Selke, guests received a fascinating tour of the interior of Astor Courts, where Chelsea Clinton was married.

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The staircase gave a hint of the stunning architectural detail found at Astor Courts.

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The charming country kitchen is a classic family gathering place.

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The living room at Astor Courts featured two monumental chandeliers and a deep, detailed cornice molding.

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The library is just the spot to kick back and relax.

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The curated coffee table in the library gives a hint of the homeowner's varied collection of unique finds.

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All of the bedrooms were dressed in lovely linens from the new Annie Selke Luxe line.

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The bathrooms were complete with sleek details, minimalist elements, and a vintage shower.

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An indoor pool surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows and breathtaking views. The homeowner shared that her grandkids love to frolic in the indoor pool.

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Swimming indoors not your thing? A game of tennis might just do the trick.

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Always remember to look up! This skylight is centered in the ceiling of the Main Hall at Astor Courts.