The Ten Eyck House at Schodack Landing is an important house in this early Dutch settlement along the Hudson River.
Steeped in history and original details this is truly a rare property. Double doors facing the river open on to a massive stair hall with an impressive staircase and 6-panel doors leading into formal parlors. Four bedrooms above, one with a fireplace, a full basement with huge Chestnut beams, and several outbuildings, all on 2 acres of wooded land. Built in 1776 by Anthony Ten Eyck, noted in history as a man of ability, worth, and influence in the local Dutch community. Conveniently located 15 minutes from the Rensselaer Amtrak and 25 minutes to the Albany International Airport.
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