Manhattan Landmarks-Jumel Terrace

Jumel Terrace

The centerpiece of this district is the cobblestone Jumel Terrace flanked by two-story, wooden row houses built in 1882. Other row houses in brick, limestone and brownstone were constructed between 1890 and 1902. In 1909 a brick and limestone apartment house was built in the Federal Revival style. Designated August 18, 1970.
No Side Sylvan Terrace

Title: North Side of Sylvan Terrace 1

Borough: Manhattan

Historic District: Jumel Terrace

Keywords: row house, residential, shutter, canopy, cornice

Description: Row houses on the north side of Sylvan Terrace

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