often referred to as the Queen of Hancock Street, is a magnificent home built in 1887 for water meter king John C. Kelley by Montrose W. Morris and has been restored to stunning beauty. This Romanesque and Queen Anne design house was model after the W. H. Vanderbilt house on Fifth Ave. in Manhattan. It stands on a beautiful tree lined street, in the heart of Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, NY. Owner Claudia Moran, has turned this beautiful jewel of Brooklyn history into the Moran Victorian Mansion.
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