Photo: Featherbed Lane seen from Grand Concourse, Morris Heights, Bronx, NY. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Photographed by User:Wikiwiki718 (own work), 2008, [cc0-by-1.0 (creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/deed.en], via Wikimedia Commons, accessed February, 2015.
Morris Heights as described in the late 19th Century 
Morris Heights is within fifteen minutes ride of 42nd Street and thirty minutes of City Hall. It combines most of the conveniences of the city with the enjoyment of pure country air and surroundings. The environment is one of rarely-seen beauty. Situated at a considerable altitude above the sea level, the air is bracing, the water is exceptionally pure, while the landscape is charming. The history of the surrounding country antedates the Revolution, and is intensely interesting. Altogether, Morris Heights is an ideal location for a suburban home. The new buildings of the University of the City of New York are situated just north of the village.
174th Street West • 175th Street West • 176th Street West • 177th Street West • Andrews Avenue South • Billingsley Terrace • Brandt Place • Burnside Avenue West • Cedar Avenue • Davidson Avenue • Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard • Featherbed Lane • Grand Avenue • Harrison Avenue • Hennessy Place • Inwood Avenue • Jerome Avenue • Jesup Avenue • Kingsland Plaza • Loring Place South • MacCracken Avenue • Macombs Road • Montgomery Avenue • Morton Place • Nelson Avenue • Osborne Place • Phelan Place • Plimpton Avenue • Popham Avenue • Sedgewick Avenue • Shakespeare Avenue • Tenney Place • Tremont Avenue West • Undercliff Avenue • University Avenue