Sherrie and Marcel Deans, with their son, Jackson, stumbled upon a 16-room mansion in the Bronx last year.
It was under contract, but when the deal fell through they bought it, for $675,000.
The mansion has remained largely untouched for decades, and has all of its original details, such as the chandelier on the first floor, and detailed carvings like those found around a fireplace.
They were amazed by artifacts like an old liquor bottle of Cointreau, books in the second floor study that were left by William Evers, the previous owner, as well as original blueprints of the house.
The mansion was once a chiropractor’s office, which might explain the sink in a closet.