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Jumel Terrace

For the first time in nearly twenty years, one of five Romanesque Revival homes of Jumel Terrace is being offered for sale in pristine condition with its original details.

This cobblestone street, the residential block between Sylvan Terrace and West 162nd street was designed by Henri Fouchaux for William W. Watkins in 1896, overlooking the Morris-Jumel Mansion and surrounding park to the East. Quite rare in a townhouse or apartment, the Eastern views from the house consist of wide open park and sky.

In excellent condition throughout, this approximately 3500-square foot property, whose original layout has not been altered, offers 4-5 bedrooms and three baths on four levels plus basement. An enormous kitchen leads out to a 600-square foot backyard with its own marvelous cherry blossom. The basement adds approximately 800 square feet to the property.

Stunning original woodwork has been remarkably well-preserved, and the house incredibly well cared for. Each tiled fireplace with wood mantlepiece remains, and other wonderful details abound, such as a dumbwaiter, stained glass windows, exquisite pocket doors, wainscoting and wooden shutters.

This sale is a rare opportunity to own an important part of New York City's rich architectural history. All offers will be considered.

Scott Harris
Scott Harris
212-317-3674   c: 646-302-5710

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