A 'maison historique' in fabled Sugar Hill; designed with tall windows and high ceilings in 1898 by Henri Fouchaux. The parlour room (13' x 24') and rear parlour (18' x 18') exhibit world class works of art: Contemporary, African, European, East Asian and Amerindian. There is a rustic sculpture garden (30' x 30') that faces Morris-Jumel Mansion, builit in1765 and the 18th century Belgian block street. The mansion, now a museum, was General George Washington's headquarters during the Battle of Harlem Heights.
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