The year that changed New York City real estate – New York Post


New York Post

The year that changed New York City real estate
New York Post
The farmhouse later passed to the Van Nest family and was not torn down until 1864, freeing up prime real estate for development. Modal Trigger Glover rescued the original fireplaces from the basement and installed them in the house, listed for $13.95

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