Dutch stone house
Surrounded by the NYS DEC Hudson River Estuarine Research Reserve, this historic Dutch stone house was originally built in 1762 with a Greek Revival wing added in 1848. There are exposed beams, period hardware and moldings, and gorgeous wide board floors throughout. In the very early 1900s, this was the original office to the very successful Cary Brick Company. The Nuttenkill, a tidal stream, runs along the rear of the property. There’s easy access to the Hudson river for kayaking, and you can enjoy seasonal views of the Hudson. 10 min to Hudson or the village of Kinderhook for shopping, farmers markets, and great restaurants and art galleries. The recreational Electric trail offers miles of scenic biking and walking. An opportunity for you to own, love, and write this home’s next chapter.