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Panoramas: Middle Valley
Huguenot Street - New Church

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Far from being a static museum, Huguenot Street in New Paltz, Ulster County, is a living place. The historic 18th century houses are interspersed between occupied houses and the New Reformed Church. Cars travel along Huguenot Street between destinations in New Paltz and children bike back and forth.

Across from the brick church are the Freer House & Abraham Hasbrouck houses, both restored and open to the public. Directly across from the picture location is a white late Victorian home, now the site of the Huguenot Historical Society's library. Across the road from the library is the Bevier-Elting house.

Down that road is the main Visitor Center for the street, your first stop on a visit to Huguenot Street.

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