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Van Rensselaer Mill House

284 Route 23, Claverack, , 12513 , Property Website Dated Posted: June 17, 2014

$449,900

Circa 1805

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About This Old House

Off-marketOriginally part of the Jacob Rutsen Van Rensselaer House and Mill Complex, currently known as The Red Mills, this circa 1810 home (refitted in the Italianate Style) in Claverack is on the National Registry of Historic Places. Overlooking the rushing Claverack Creek, and across the waterfall and pond from the original mill complex, it has a wealth of original details including early parging, brick fireplace and exposed beams in the ground floor open kitchen and living area. There are new state-of-the-art systems as well. The upper 2 floors of this grand center hall colonial are more formal in style with multiple parlors and a formal dining room. The symmetry of the 1.4 acre property is completed by the large carriage barn and an early cottage.

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