FOR SALE: Look Inside One of the Hudson Valley’s Oldest Houses
I often wonder if I had a Million Dollars to spend on a house which kind of house would I buy? I have to admit I am a sucker for the oldies but goodies and "The Old Fort" for sale in Kerhonkson fits in that category.
Also known as the Depuy-Dewitt House 6881 Route 209 in Kerhonkson could easily be one of the oldest houses in the Hudson Valley, maybe even the state. Close to all the places people love to visit, this place would make the perfect home for anyone hoping to be close to things but not in the thick of it. There is a barn on the property that could become an Airbnb.
Own One of the Oldest Houses in the Hudson Valley Near Kingston, New York
It isn't often that you get the opportunity to buy a house with so much history. The house is surrounded by almost 3 acres and reportedly is part of the original Lenape settlement. The house's two-foot thick walls and two working stone fireplaces are classic architecture for that period. Its revolutionary war period additions make it special too.
What are some of the Original Features of this 300-Year-Old House?
Even though the latest owners have added many modern elements to this 300-year-old house it still has many original features. The gabled windows with working shutters add charm both inside and out. The fir ceiling beams and twenty-two-inch pine floorboards add an authentic feel to the interior
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The house is historical and so is the garden. There is a meandering brook with bridges running through the property. There are various terraces and even a two-hundred-and-fifty-year-old Tulip Tree. This place is so unique it has been featured in the Chronogram, Early American Life, Spectrum News, and the Shawangunk Journal.
Let's Take A Look Inside This Old Hudson Valley Home
Historic Kerhonkson House for Sale
Gallery Credit: Paty Quyn