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The Eli Hutchinson House

In the historic Hamlet of Rensselaerville, this 1823 Greek Revival home, known as the Eli Hutchinson House, with original barn and 9 acres, offers a mini-estate in a village setting.  Hutchinson, a merchant from East Hampton, LI, one of the Hamlet’s earliest settlers, was the first Postmaster.  Settled in 1787, in a valley formed by Ten Mile Creek at the end of 100-foot Rensselaer Falls gorge, Rensselaerville today is the home of the Huyck Preserve, historic Rensselaerville Library, The Carey Center Global Good and the studio of artist, Richard Prince.  Hike to the falls and Lake Myosotis for swimming; fishing, kayaking, bird watching.  Grand entrance hall, original period detailing and wide pine floors, six bedrooms, 3.5 baths, five fireplaces, updated cosmetics and mechanicals.  Panorama from the side porch and patio enjoys rolling hills, stone walls, and distant woodland.  A home and property of elegance and historic distinction for the next discerning owner.  Albany, 27 miles; NYC, 144 miles. EXCLUSIVE

1438-1440 Main Street, Rensselaerville NY

  • Location: Rensselaerville NY
  • Size: 3840 sf
  • Lot Size: 9 acres
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • 2 car garage
  • Total rooms: 12
  • Basement: Unfinished
  • Patio
  • Year built: 1823
  • School District: Greenville Central
  • Estimated Taxes: $13,853


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Pamela Belfor
Lic. Associate R.E. Broker
Hudson Office
t: 518.822.0800 x13
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