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The Jumel Terrace Historic District, designated by the Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1970, stretches from St. Nicholas Avenue to Edgecombe Avenue, from the south side of West 160th Street to the north side of West 162nd Street. It includes the Morris-Jumel Mansion (once the headquarters of George Washington) and Roger Morris Park within its borders. Its significance is enhanced by the fact that the homes there today are the “original and only construction that has taken place on these sites since they were part of a large country estate and the entire development of the district (with the exception of the mansion) took place in a period of just 30 years,"

The Jumel Terrace Historic District

New York, NY 10032