Tour Brooklyn’s Famous Japanese House
Photos by Augustin Pasquet
- Admire the exterior (which was repainted to its original green and orange paint scheme)
- Learn more about home’s history
- Step inside and discover how the Fishers restored the home
- See original features such as stained glass windows and original woodwork
About the event:
The Flatbush and Prospect Park South neighborhoods of Brooklyn are riddled with gorgeous Victorian mansions, but none are quite as unique as the famous “Japanese House.” While there are many rumors surrounding the origins of this private home, what is true is that it is also known as the Frederick and Loretta Kohle House, and was built between 1902 to 1903. On a special tour this November, you can take advantage of a rare invitation to step inside the home and meet its current owner!
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