The Lott House is a relatively unknown historic landmarked home right in the Marine Park neighborhood of Brooklyn. Once the home of the Lott’s, a prominent farming family who owned the land since 1719, the house was also a potential stop in the underground railroad!
According to the video’s accompanying article by our friends at Untapped Cities:
[…] what makes this a sight to behold are the new renovations. In the last few years, the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and the Hendrick I. Lott House Preservation Association have been working to refurbish the historic spot.
Whether looking to admire its Dutch architecture or looking to possibly trace the steps of runaway slaves, check out this historic New York City landmark.
via Untapped Cities