Former Vice President, Aaron Burr, seems to be a frequent topic of conversation as of recently, thanks to the success of Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit musical 'Hamilton.'
The icon has a story rich with New York history, and now a physical part of that story has just hit the market.
Located in Manhattan's sought-after West Village neighborhood, the 1800s townhouse dubbed the 'Aaron Burr House' is a two-to-three bedroom and two-and-a-half bathroom beauty.
It's all in the details, as the home is adorned with pineapple motifs (a traditional symbol of hospitality), four quaint fireplaces and a charming outdoor garden.
Take a look at the 'Burr House' below:
The townhouse dates back to 1830, but the original home on the historical site was torn down and rebuilt, so Burr never actually lived in this exact townhouse.
Burr's association with the home comes from the fact that he owned the land where the new house stands (near Downing and Bedford streets).
The property tied to the man that infamously killed Alexander Hamilton is on the market for $5.75M, which is a notable $1.28M jump from when it was last sold in 2013.
Credit it to Broadway or a general love of US history, but this piece of property is one of the hottest tickets in town – aside from an actual ticket to 'Hamilton', of course.
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