Considered one of the finest surviving examples of architecture from the period, this house has been recognized as a National Historic Landmark (one of only 2,400) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In New York City, it has been awarded landmark status not only for its 1832 late-Federal brick exterior but also for its Greek revival interior rooms. The late-Federal style row house has four floors and rear garden, virtually complete with the family’s furnishings, decorative arts, photographs, household items, and clothing.
The Greek Revival double parlor boasts elaborate ornamental plasterwork, black-and-gold marble mantelpieces, and a pair of matching bronze gas chandeliers. The 4th floor servants’ quarters are “arguably the oldest intact site of Irish habitation in Manhattan”.
No use of fireplace (just for picture, no fires allowed)
No painting or nailing in walls
Prefer no picture animals
Set up catering/hair/mu outside or in basement; prefer crew use bathroom in basement
Portable room AC available