Hudson Valley SitesThe Hudson Valley Locations
Twenty-seven historic New York Hudson Valley properties to see.
Hudson Valley is full of unbelievable properties and historical homes. Rockefellers' Gilded Age Gem im Hudson River Valley und The Ruins of Northgate, das Cornish Estate im Hudson Valley. Below are nearly thirty locations throughout the Hudson Valley. Home to performers, governors and robbery knights, they tell the history of the United States (and New York) from its modest Netherlandish roots to the Revolutionary War and the Victory Age.
You will be occupied by these places for years, between led trips and hikes through picturesque countryside. Boscobel is situated in Garrison, New York, and is regarded as one of the best specimens of New York's national architectural scene. It was built between 1804 and 1808 on a 250 acre site by the Dyckman riverbank and was ordered by States Dyckman.
Westchester County bought the land in 1924 to turn it into a parkland, but the building was scheduled for construction in the mid-1950s. Finally, the building was taken down and kept in a barnyard for a year until a new location (15 leagues away) was found. It is an amazing page that shows the wealth of the Hudson River Valley area.
Wish the page had contained a card, as the lists oscillate back and forth to different areas of the Hudson Valley. I' ll also have to ask you to put another place on the register, the oldest preserved building in the hinterland of New York: Bronck Haus Museum in Coxsackie.
If the Bronck surname rings a bell, these Broncks were intimately related to the Broncks who possessed the country we now call the Bronx.
Historical Hudson Valley Tours | Hudson Valley Museum
In the Hudson River Valley, historical places are an omnipresent part of the Dutchess County countryside. You can not only go back in history, you can also select what period - pre-revolutionary conflict, early Quaker period, the Golden Age or the early twentieth and early Franklin D. Roosevelt age.
Some of the programmes offered by this agent are financed by the County of Dutchess. The federal law prohibits any form of discriminatory behavior. Discretionary claims may be submitted to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Washington, DC 20250.