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65 Jumel Terrace, Between 160th and 162nd Streets, New York, NY, United States, 10032
Built in 1765, this house was once owned by Aaron Burr (he killed fellow New York City resident Alexander Hamilton in a duel). During the Revolutionary War, the home was temporarily seized from its British owner and used by General George Washington. According to legend, the house is haunted by a mistress, a servant girl and a soldier. There are unreserved Guided Tours available on Saturdays at 12:00 p.m. There is also a museum store.
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