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Standing amid Greenwich Village's garages, lofts and factories is the Old Merchant's House - a five-story row house that is among the finest surviving examples of late-Federal and Greek Revival architecture in New York. Built in 1832, the House is the only 19th-century home in Manhattan with its or
Complete with the family"s original furnishings and personal possessions, the house offers a rare and intimate glimpse of domestic life during the significant era of the 19th-century when New York City was transformed from a colonial seaport into a thriving metropolis. Period rooms display the fami
Built in 1831-32 by Joseph Brewster as a row house. Purchased in 1835 by Seabury Treadwell, a merchant, and occupied by his family until 1933. This house is the only 19th Century house in Manhattan to survive intact with its original furniture and family memorabilia. The parlors are historic exampl
Built in 1832, the Merchant's House Museum is a unique survivor of old New York. It is New York City's only family home preserved intact - inside and out - from the 19th century. Home to a prosperous merchant family for almost 100 years, it is complete with its original furniture, decorative arts,
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