The renovated two-bedroom duplex is on Sylvan Row, part of the Jumel Terrace Historic District which includes 20 wooden row houses on a cobblestone street with coach lights leading to the Morris-Jumel Mansion
In New York City, the South Street Seaport Museum and the Morris-Jumel Mansion are taking advantage of the free MustSee mobile guide service to create their own guides and set their own price.
The Morris-Jumel Mansion is a Palladian architectural jewel that is the last surviving headquarters of George Washington's revolutionary army and now offers contemporary art exhibitions, family programs, music concerts and historical tours.
Ward, Executive Director at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, made the decision to use the MustSee service as a way to enhance the self-guided tour for the Mansion visitors and get prospective visitors to learn more about the historical aspects of the house and property.
Seven years later she married Kurt Thometz, a rare-book dealer who trades out of their 1891 brownstone in the Palladian shadow of the Morris-Jumel Mansion
The Morris-Jumel Mansion
is a Palladian-style house built in 1765 on a hilltop over looking the Harlem River at West 160th St.
Among the items on view are furniture from Hamilton Grange (the Harlem estate of Alexander Hamilton), a dress worn by Madame Stephen Jumel (nee Eliza Bowen) at Morris-Jumel mansion
, and a startlingly fresh painting, ca.
It is steps from Jackie Robinson Park and within close proximity to Highbridge Park and Morris-Jumel Mansion
The one-block street, part of the Jumel Terrace Historic District, was once a private road leading to the Morris-Jumel Mansion, where George Washington once dined with members of his cabinet.
Terrace residents also have the benefit of the landscaped grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, which has been a museum since the early 1900s.
The event was held at the Morris-Jumel Mansion
, Manhattan's oldest house, located two blocks east of Amsterdam Avenue at 160th Street.