This 17th century original homestead is the oldest in New York. It is in pristine historical condition due to the fact that 8 generations of the Bronck family actually lived in it but never "updated": they kept it in the original colonial state. It is a gem. When the last Bronck family gave it up, in 1939, they donated it to the Greene County Historical Society, and it became a National Trust property. The Hudson Valley Dutch history in New York I think is often slighted in our education system, but this home, and the really knowledgeable tour guide we had, really brought it to life.
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