Morris-Jumel Mansion

Occupying a hilltop site with a superb view of the Harlem valley, this handsome Georgian mansion is the only colonial home to survive in northern Manhattan. Today it's part of a historic district that includes 20 wood-frame row houses built in the 1880.

Useful information

Adresse : 

65 Jumel Terrace (corner of West 160th St. & Edgecombe Ave.)

Phone:

+1 212-923-8008

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