Category:Jumel Terrace Historic District
historic district in New York City
|Location||Manhattan, United States of America|
English: The Jumel Terrace Historic District is a small New York City and national historic district located in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It consists of 50 residential row houses built between 1890 and 1902, and one apartment building constructed in 1909, as the heirs of Eliza Jumel sold off the land of the former Roger Morris estate. The buildings are primarily wood or brick row houses in the Queen Anne, Romanesque and Neo-Renaissance styles. Also located in the district, but separately landmarked, is the Morris-Jumel Mansion.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Media in category "Jumel Terrace Historic District"
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- Jumel Terrace HD 439-443 West 162 jeh.jpg 3,913 × 3,024; 1.81 MB
- Jumel Terrace Historic District 12-18 Jumel Terrace.jpg 3,061 × 2,168; 1.55 MB
- Jumel Terrace Historic District 418-424 West 160th Street.jpg 2,822 × 2,365; 1.57 MB
- Jumel Terrace Historic District 430-444 West 162nd Street.jpg 2,461 × 2,448; 1.28 MB
- Jumel Terrace Historic District 439-451 West 162nd Street.jpg 2,381 × 2,414; 1.36 MB
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