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Today’s House of the Day: A landmark house – designed in 1889 for Charles A. Schieren, one of the last mayors of Brooklyn before it became a part of New York City in 1898 – is on the market for $9.875 million.

Writers Sean Wilsey and Daphne Beal spent two years and at least $3.5 million renovating the 8,750-square-foot freestanding house, which has an eight-bedroom owner’s triplex and a garden apartment.

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Matilda the Musical has sold more than $61 million in tickets and amassed multiple awards since opening on Broadway in April 2013. The show pivots around its pint-size star, played by a rotating cast of four young actresses. In December and January, after nearly 300 performances, the show’s original stars returned to middle school.

The girls taking their place—Ava, Paige Brady, 10, Ripley Sobo, 10, and Gabriella Pizzolo, 11—are known as the “Newtildas.”

Greater New York reporter Sophia Hollander profiles the “Newtildas” and how they all get along: For the New Matildas, a Shared Spotlight

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Today's House of the Day: The five-story landmark Harlem townhouse of actress Tamara Tunie and singer Gregory Generet.

The more than 4,000-square-foot home was built in the 1890s and has been lovingly renovated by the couple, who believe they are only the third owners of the home.

Related story: Harlem Home With ‘Feel and Character’ Intact

Related video: A Harlem Home Renovated With Love, On the Market