But soon the home outgrew the family and they had a much larger home constructed on the property.
The large home would be designed by Horace Trumbauer and would be in the Modern Renaissance Style and would be 5 stories high with the fifth floor hidden behind the copper crest of the roof.
Mixed into the floor plan were several large entertaining spaces such as a ballroom and reception room.
On the first floor there was a vestibule on either sides of the vestibule were a dressing room and pantry. The vestibule led to a long stair hall to the right was the dining room and to the left was the reception room.
Upstairs a long hall separated the two main entertaining rooms: The drawing room and ballroom.
On the next floor was Mr and Mrs Gould's master suites each with adjoining bath and dressing room and separating the suites was a large Adam style sitting room. The next two floors had guests and servants rooms.
Today a apartment building stands on the site although the did use Trumbauer's copper crests as decorative balconies.