About This 1731 The Sandstone Cottage In Piermont New York
The Sandstone Cottage circa 1731, built in the Dutch style is possibly Piermont’s oldest known home and once served as a Tavern that George Washington spent some time at according to research unearthed by The Piermont Historical Society. This well built and sturdy home has stood the test of time retaining many original details including beamed ceilings, wide plank floors, deep set windows and original moldings, rustic mantles and a truly majestic fireplace.
A beautiful brick courtyard with sweet gardens can be accessed off the kitchen. Renovations include a brand new bathroom, recently painted interior, and a new range. Located within a flat and easy walk to the Village of Piermont. Enjoy award winning restaurants, cafes, shops, Tallman State Park, the Pier, the Sunday Farmers Market, and the Library and bike trails. Only 25 minutes to Manhattan. Please note at this time street parking only, although you can create 1 parking spot.