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Rare 19th century farm house

Built by Dutch settlers, (1810 -1815) dates given for original construction. As with most farms, additions were made as family size increased. See the original bark covered beams in the basement. Locally quarried brownstone for steps and foundation. 8 rooms, 3 bedrooms, a family room and 2 full baths. Many specimen trees on the grounds. Garage, shed, and old play house on level lot.
Many original details, 9 over 9 windows in dining room. Original mantels in living room and dining room. Open house for the public on Sunday. September 23 from 2 to 4 pm. Many think an old house will have low ceilings….these are 7.7 in most rooms. Lovely sunlight from the many windows…ample closets. New York bus is on the corner…. Continue Reading Rare 19th century farm house