This beautiful wooden house, with it’s glass enclosed conservatory, was at 310 West 103rd Street between West End Avenue and Riverside Drive on the northeast side of West Harlem in the 1890’s.
The house had the view of the Hudson River and New Jersey looking to the left.
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