A couple from New Jersey moved into a three-bedroom, one-bathroom house that was built in the 1930s in the borough of Greenwich Village, New York, the New York Post reported Friday.
They said the move was an “historic move” and they are excited to live in a “safe and welcoming environment.”
They plan to donate the property to the local public school.
The couple, Robert and Catherine Fink, are moving into the New Bedford, Mass., home that was designed by the architect John B. Allen.
The house is located on a corner lot in the city’s Greenwich Village neighborhood.
They said they plan to use it for events, as a home and to host family gatherings.
They have not announced any details about their plans for the property.