Posts Tagged ‘Coolest houses in New York City’

The storybook Gingerbread House of Bay Ridge

December 17, 2012

This is one house that needs no colored lights and decorations to give off a Christmas cottage-like feel.

It’s the Gingerbread House on quiet, residential Narrows Avenue in Bay Ridge, a 1916 Arts and Crafts beauty that looks like something cooked up in a holiday-themed kitchen . . . or taking its inspiration from a Grimm Brothers fairy tale.

Gingerbreadhouse

Officially known as the Howard E. and Jessie Jones House (the names of the first owners), it was designated a landmark in 1988 and hit the market most recently in 2009. Price: 12 million.

This Curbed post gives you a peek inside.


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