Wooden houses are rare in Manhattan due to an 1866 construction ban but you can still find a few rare and charming wooden houses that have survived.
8 historic buildings in NYC that were moved from their original locations: AMC Empire Theater, Poe Cottage, Little Red Lighthouse, Buell Hall at Columbia University
We previously featured this little farmhouse that could at 121 Charles Street in Greenwich Village, which was moved in 1967
You might think this clapboard farmhouse at 121 Charles Street is a remnant of a more bucolic era in Greenwich Village. But it came from the Upper East Side!
Author Cathleen Schines takes us down Charles Street in Greenwich Village, where her latest book Fin & Lady, is set.