|Joseph Steele House - Front|
|Joseph Steele House - Rear|
|Joseph Steele House Cupola|
|Joseph Steele House with East Wing|
Joseph Steele was a resident of Brooklyn Heights. He sold the property to Joseph K. Brick, the first president of the Brooklyn Union Gas Company, in 1853. In 1903 the house was sold again to Joseph Skinner whose family still owns the house today.
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- New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. Landmarks Preservation Designation Report 19 March, 1968