Crow Hill, a Hudson River Valley Gothic Revival

Originally called Hilltop, Crow Hill was built for Grace Sands and Rodman Bowne. Many architectural features resemble the Delameter House designed by A.J. Davis in Rhinebeck Village. The Delameter House is a classic example of the Hudson River Valley Gothic Revival.

In the early 1950s the residence was converted to a school and the structure was enlarged and a gambrel roof was added. The building was converted back to a home in the mid 1970s.

The residence offers a main level with an expansive foyer that opens from front to back. The living and dining rooms feature fireplaces and handsome wood-paneled walls. There is a large kitchen, a heated sun porch and a powder room.. The ceilings on the main level are 11 feet.

The second level has two bedrooms, each with fireplaces, a spacious family room with fireplace, and a hall bath. The third floor has a master suite with fireplace and walk-in closet two bedrooms and a hall bath.

The acreage is park-like with specimen hardwoods and evergreens. It is located minutes to Rhinebeck Village and Amtrak and convenient to Bard’s Fisher Center, Tivoli and Kingston.

Offered at $839,000.

For further information contact Vicki Hickman or call 845-389-9952 (cell).


H.H. Hill Realty Services Inc.
6408 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck, NY 12572
Voice: 845-876-8888 • Fax: 845-876-5438

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