There’s a interesting story on Gothamist today about a new home on the market. It’s in Manhattan’s Hudson Heights neighborhood, at 16 Chittenden Avenue, and built over a cliff just north of the George Washington Bridge. Apparently, the home is commonly known as “The Pumpkin House”, because from the New Jersey side of the Hudson, and with the lights just right, the house looks like a lit-up Jack-O-Lantern.
The 3-story, 3,144-square-foot, free-standing home was built in the 1920s on a steel foundation sunk into a steep cliff at West 186th Street. The house is listed at $5.25 million. You can check out the listing by clicking here.
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