Henry Wells

Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings

Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

This Greek Revival townhouse at 158 Clinton Street in historic Brooklyn Heights, once home to American Express and Wells Fargo founder Henry Wells, is now on the market for $6,595,000. Built in 1847, the 25.5-foot-by-42-foot home presents a facade of red brick with brownstone sills and lintels, with five bedrooms, a parlor-floor deck and backyard, and a separate garden apartment.

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Architecture, Features, Getting Away, Historic Homes, Places to Stay, Upstate

Now that fall is in full swing, why not take a weekend getaway upstate to the Finger Lakes wine country, where the fall foliage is in all its glory and the crisp air is perfect for cozying up next to a fire. The charming town of Aurora, located on a hill on the east side of Cayuga Lake is just a five-hour drive from the city, and here you’ll find the Inns of Aurora, a collection of four very different historic properties with rooms to rent and a lot of history to share.

Join us on an historic tour of the Inns of Aurora

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