Van Cortlandt House Museum

Van Cortlandt House Museum The Van Cortlandt House Museum, also known as the Frederick Van Cortlandt House or simply the Van Cortlandt House, is the oldest building in the borough of the Bronx in New York City.

The house was built in 1748 in the Georgian style by Frederick Van Cortlandt (1699 - 1749) for his family. Van Cortlandt died before its completion and the property was inherited by his son, James Van Cortlandt (1727 - 1787). It is a -story, L-shaped house with a double hipped roof. It was built of dressed fieldstone and is representative of the high Georgian style.The Van Cortlandts, a mercantile

The house was built in 1748 in the Georgian style by Frederick Van Cortlandt (1699 - 1749) for his family. Van Cortlandt died before its completion and the property was inherited by his son, James Van Cortlandt (1727 - 1787). It is a -story, L-shaped house with a double hipped roof. It was built of dressed fieldstone and is representative of the high Georgian style.The Van Cortlandts, a mercantile

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Van Cortlandt Park At 242nd St
New York, NY
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