Dutch Colonial Home for Sale Claverack, NY Circa 1766

On this 143 acre sprawling estate sits a grand example of a Dutch Colonial home circa 1766. It is also known at the Conyn-Van Rensselaer House or Locus Dale Farm from trees in front of the house, said to have been planted in 1765. This home is also on the National Register of Historic Places. The stairs of the home are original as well as some doors, knobs and woodwork as is where Nancy Fuller filmed Farmhouse Rules.

Locust Dale Farm, known also as the Conyn-Van Rensselaer house, is an incredible example of a fully restored Dutch home. A truly extraordinary 5-bedroom, 6400+ sq ft residence set on 143 peaceful farmland acres just minutes from the center of Claverack and a short distance to downtown Hudson, NY. There are 4 wood-burning fireplaces, including a jambless fireplace with original iron fireback and an early cooking hearth with beehive oven. 

via berkshirepropertyagents.com

Learn more about this Dutch colonial home from the realtor. You can watch the video below to see some house interior as well as the gorgeous kitchen!

Dutch Colonial Home Details

Price: $5,950,000

Details: Beds 5 | Baths 3.5 | 6,485 SF

Address: 644 Spook Rock Road, Claverack, NY 12534

Circa: 1776

Conyn Van Rensselaer House

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