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Pruyn House [NY]

The Pruyn House is a circa 1830 Greek Revival and Federal-style home, in which Casparus Pruyn and his family lived. Pruyn was both a businessman, with strong ties to Dutch interests, and farmer. In addition to the home, the grounds offer a smokehouse, potting shed, reconstructed barn, 1910 schoolhouse, well house, woodshed and privy, and gardens.

The house offers period rooms and gardens.

 
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