- This elegant house is located on the North Shore of Staten Island, in the town of West New Brighton,a restorative country place in "one of New York City's most agreeable suburbs"(as quoted by mid-19th century contemporaries)yet only 15 minutes by bus to the famous Staten Island Ferry. This fine Italianate Villa built in 1846 is crowned with a cupola. Original Victorian decor of circa 1850 includes chandeliers, mirrors and marble fireplace mantels in every room. In this jewel of Victorian splendor, many prominent New Yorkers were lavishly entertained,such as Edward G.Robinson and the famous gangster Bugsy Siegel. Guests will enjoy warm hospitality,home cooking and pampering by its hostess/architect with a penchant for restoring old homes and recreating the spirit of bygone era. The suite has a private bathroom. Private baths are sometimes available for the other rooms upon advance request, for a slightly higher rate.
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