An historically significant home of Peter Van Schaack, eiminent jurist in Colonial New York. Built in the Georgian style in 1785 (modified in the Second EMpire style ca. 1870) in the historic village of Kinderhook.
Set back from the street among mature trees and flower gardens, this large home is in top condition, surrounded by many other histroic homes.
This center hall house has large rooms, many bedrooms and baths, plus several other rooms on three floors.
No effort or expense has been spared to make this property attractive, comfortable, and up-to-date yet preserving the historic integrity of the home.
This large village parcel of 1.42 acres is on Broad Street, the principle residential street in this lovely village. Many call it the loveliest early village - founded in the 1660s -in the Hudson River Valley.