The Mount Morris House bed and breakfast New York was built in 1888, at the height of New York’s Gilded Age, is a fine example of that period’s splendid architecture.
It faces Mount Morris Park, one of the oldest parks in Manhattan, in a landmarked residential neighborhood full of late nineteenth-early twentieth century architecture. The wealth and extravagant style of its original owners is reflected in the building’s very generous proportions of living spaces, sumptuous materials, precious woods, intricate carvings, gilding and plaster moldings, high ceilings, numerous and ample closets and every other imaginable amenity.
A grand Manhattan townhouse by any measure, it has been meticulously restored with great respect for its original details and attention to all modern amenities.
The house is minutes walk from Central Park and conveniently situated to all major transportation in Manhattan. There are many good restaurants, bars, shops and services in the immediate area as well as plenty and various cultural attractions that have made New York so famous.