NYC’s gorgeous ‘Pumpkin House’ is for sale

The “Pumpkin House” in Hudson Heights gets its moniker from this river-facing facade, which glows like a jack-o’-lantern at sunset.

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The home’s interior boasts historical charm, like this wood-paneled living room that looks out to the Hudson River through floor-to-ceiling windows.

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A prominent marble mantel in the living room is another striking original detail.

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This 12-room spread includes a library.

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The dining room, which overlooks the garden.

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One of the home’s six bedrooms.

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Balconies look out to the river and the nearby George Washington Bridge.

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When zooming out of the city, eagle-eyed Metro North or Amtrak passengers can spot a handful of stunning homes built into the cliffs along the Hudson River. Their urban counterparts can even be found in upper Manhattan — and now, one of these rare properties is up for sale.

Dubbed the “Pumpkin House” for the way the sunset rays make its river-facing façade glow like a jack-o’-lantern, a waterfront manse at 16 Chittenden Ave. in Hudson Heights is on the market for $4.25 million. The listing was first reported by Curbed.

The six-bedroom property originally hit the market last year with a different brokerage — asking $5.25 million — before…

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