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Hasbrouck House Huguenot Street New Paltz Ny
New Paltz

In 1712, the Jean Hasbrouck house was built and today is in remarkably excellent shape. Recent restoration has brought out the details in the mortar between the stones, and it features unique or very rare architectural elements, such as a jambless fireplace.

Copyright: Mark Fink
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Taken: 30/08/2010
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