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Franlkin D Roosevelt National Historic Site
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
4097 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, 12538
Dutchess County
(845)229-2501
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Lifelong home of President Franklin D. Roosevelt; includes grave site and Rose Garden Area. Roosevelt Library/Museum located on the grounds. Garden features annuals and 28 different varieties of roses.

Hours of Operation
Open daily 9am to 5pm except holidays.

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Huguenot Street
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
18 Broadhead Avenue
New Paltz, 12561
Ulster County
(845)255-1889 or
(845)255-1660
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Huguenot Street holds the distinction of being the "oldest street in America with its original houses". Huguenot Street, a national historic landmark, is located on a slight promontory above the banks of the Wallkill River at the western edge of the Village of New Paltz. The site compromises a collection of house museums with construction dates from 1692 through 1890. The settlement was originally the focus of a 39,683 acre Royal Patent granted to the French refugees on May 26, 1677. The homes are furnished with heirloom and period pieces that reflect their multi-generational family ownership. Included at the site are five Colonial era stone houses, a Federal period house, and a late Victorian house. Also, the French Church and burying ground, a library, carriage museum, museum, gift shop and picnic facilities. Adjacent to the site is the Huguenot Trail and Wildlife Sanctuary.

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2 1/2 hours -- leaves at 9:30am and 1:30pm, Adults $7, Senior Citizens $6, Children under 12 $3.50, children under 7 free.
SHORT TOUR - 2 houses & church - 1 1/2 hours, $4 per person

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Open late May thru September, Wednesday thru Saturday 9am thru 4pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Hours of Operation
Open May 1st through October.

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Thomas Cole National Historic Site - Cedar Grove
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
218 Spring Street
Catskill, 12414
Greene County
(518)943-7465 or
(518)943-9350
FAX: (518)943-0652
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The home of Thomas Cole from which he established a tradition of native American landscape painting which continues to grow in importance and has come to be identified as the Hudson River School of Art.

Hours of Operation
Open May thru October, 10am till 4pm Fridays and Saturdays

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Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
Route 9
Hyde Park, 12538
Dutchess County
(845)229-9115
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Completed in 1898, the residence was designed by the firm of McKim, Mead, and White. The building is an early example of steel frame construction; Indiana limestone forms the facade. It was to remain in the Vanderbilt family for over four decades as their center for entertaining in the Spring and Fall. The cost of construction and furnishings was nearly two million dollars. The original Vanderbilt furnishings are on display.

Hours of Operation
The Mansion is open daily from 9am to 5pm and the Formal Gardens are open daily from 9 to dusk.

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Warner House on Constitution Island
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
West Point Military Academy
West Point, 10996
Orange County
(845)446-8676
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The lovely old house on Constitution Island was the home of the Warner family from 1836 to 1915. Susan and Anna Warner were well known writers in the 19th century. Susan wrote "The Wide, Wide World" in 1850 which became a best seller of its day. Anna is best known for writing the words to the hymn "Jesus Loves Me". The sisters taught Bible classes to West Point cadets for forty years.

The oldest part of the Warner House includes a thick stone wall existing from Revolutionary War days. The Victorian wing of eight rooms was built by Henry Warner in 1836 when he moved his family from New York City to the island. The house is furnished with original Warner family possessions. The Warner House is a living museum and is kept as nearly as possible as it was when Miss Anna Warner lived there until her death in 1915.

Two tours a day, every Wednesday and Thursday at 1 and 2pm from June thru September. Tour includes boat ride to and from island. Guided tour of Revolutionary War fortifications and seventeen room Warner House. Reservations required. Admission: Constitution Island Association, Box 41, West Point 10996 or call between 10 and 11:30 am.

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Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
84 Liberty Street
Newburgh, 12550
Orange County
(845)562-1195
FAX: (845)561-1789
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General George Washington's longest stay at a Revolutionary War Headquarters occurred in Newburgh (1782-83) at the Hasbrouck family's Dutch style stone farm house. Adjacent museum features orientation video and galleries on the Continental Army's activities in the Hudson Valley. Braille tour available at museum building.

Hours of Operation
Open mid April thru October on Wednesdays thru Saturdays from 10 to 5 and Sundays from 1 to 5, the rest of the year by appointment.

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1752 Historic Joseph Horton House
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
1540 Route 376
Wappingers Falls, 12590
Dutchess County
(845)463-3088
FAX: (845)463-3088
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The Joseph Horton House (also known as “Old Hundred”) is an original 1752 Dutch Colonial homestead on the historic register. View the Dutch workmanship, taste the Dutch food, listen to live music. Offers special hands on projects; children and adults with special needs welcome.

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Aaron Copeland House
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
Cortlandt Manor, 10566
Westchester County
(914)788-4659
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The Rock Hill estate was home to the famous composer from 1960-1990, and is now a creative music center.

Hours of Operation
Open by appointment only.

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Bannerman Castle
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
Beacon, 12508
Dutchess County
(845)831-6346
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The Scottish style castle on the Hudson River was built in the early 1900s when purchased by David Bannerman. 2 hour cruise around the island on the "Pride of the Hudson" tour boat. Historic lecture. An "On-Island" guided tour of Bannerman Island on "The Pollepel."

Hours of Operation
Open May thru October

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Blauvelt House
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
20 Zukor Road
New City, 10956
Rockland County
(845)634-9629
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The 1832 Jacob Blauvelt dutch-style house showing collections of 19th and 20th century furnishings.

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Boscobel Restoration
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
1601 Route 9D
Garrison, 10524
Putnam County
(845)265-3638
FAX: (845)265-4405
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Venture into the 19th Century and experience life as it was in the days of the New Republic. Enjoy unsurpassed views of the Hudson River and West Point and see "the most beautiful home in America," surrounded by exquisite formal gardens and meticulously kept lawns and grounds. Boscobel is a restored Federal period house overlooking the river with period furniture and decorative arts and gardens. Open daily except Tuesdays from 10 to 5, closed Jan-March. Tours available, last tour at 4:15.

Hours of Operation
April to October. Mansion tours 10am to 4pm.
November and December. Mansion tours 10am to 3:15PM.

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Brewer-Mesier Homestead
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
Route 9D & East Main Street
Wappingers Falls, 12590
Westchester County
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Circa 1741 Mesier Homestead with five rooms containing 19th and early 20th century furnishings.

Hours of Operation
Open June-August on the 2nd & 4th Sundays from 1-4pm.

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Brick House Mansion
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
Route 17K
Montgomery, 12549
Orange County
(845)457-4921
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Seven generations worth of furnishings fill this 1768 Georgian home. The home is surrounded by landscaped flower beds. The barn, built circa 1800, is the location of the Orange County Farmers Museums, which contains antique farm equipment. The Brick House is open starting in late May thru beginning of October on Saturday & Sunday from 10-4:30, and is opened specially to celebrate Thanksgiving.

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Bronck Museum
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
90 County Route 42
Coxsackie, 12051
Greene County
(518)731-6490
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A complex of Dutch Colonial dwellings and 19th century barns operated as a working farm by eight generations of the Bronck family. Listed in the National Historic Register of Historic Places. the 1663 and 1738 dwellings are furnished with 18th and 19th century art, furniture, textiles, ceramics, silver and glass. The barns house a varied collection of Greene County items. Groups by appointment from mid May to mid October. General admission last Sunday in June to Sunday before Labor Day. Admission charged.

Hours of Operation
Open Memorial Day through mid-October, also open on Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day.

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Buildings at 744, 746, 748 & 750 Broadway
Business Type: Historic Homes & Estates
Albany
Albany County
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Four brick townhouses built c. 1830-73.

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