This Beautiful 1870's Brownstone is in the Jumel Historic District across the street from The Morris Jumel Mansion Museum, the oldest house in Manhattan where Aaron Burr, who shot Hamilton, lived in 1832 and where George Washington was headquartered during the Battle of Harlem Heights in 1776. The parlor floor apartment faces the museum and features a queen bed plus a separate sleep loft and has an antique decorative fireplace with mantel, mirror and high ceilings.
+ WiFi, linens & towels.
The apartment has high ceilings, hard wood floors and plenty of sunlight. The kitchen is stocked with coffee maker, microwave and dishes. The "C" train is only 1 block away so the trip to Columbus Circle is only 20 minutes and Times Square about 25 minutes by subway.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests will have access to High Speed Turbo Internet, Cable Television, their own Kitchen with dishes and utensils in a great neighborhood.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
While I do not live in the house I may be reached by phone and I also reside in Manhattan.
Lenny,the building's caretaker, lives around the corner.
Check in is 2:00 PM and check out is by noon.
Please No Smoking or pets.
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I moved to Manhattan almost right after graduating college and have since lived in almost every neighborhood. I am a member of several local organizations for more than a decade. I own properties in 3 different Manhattan neighborhoods.
I enjoy skiing,boating, billiards and tennis and have recently enjoyed a beginning in yoga. I would like to re- take up racquetball and golf which I used to play when I had more time and I love to travel.