The mansion in Harlem Heights was built in 1765 with later additions. It is famed as having served as General George Washington's headquarters for a month in 1776 as well as having been the country home of Eliza Jumel and, briefly, Aaron Burr. Archaeological projects have found 18th-19th century features and artifacts which are within the Morris-Jumel Mansion. The Mansion is open to the public.

Morris-Jumel Mansion

Manhattan, West 160th Street at Jumel Terrace