William Dyckman House

William Dyckman House The Dyckman House, now the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, is the oldest remaining farmhouse on Manhattan island, a reminder of New York City's rural past.

The Dutch Colonial-style farmhouse was built by William Dyckman, c.1785, and was originally part of over 250acre of farmland owned by the family. It is now located in a small park at the corner of Broadway and 204th Street in the Inwood neighborhood of the city.History and descriptionDyckman was the grandson of Jan Dyckman, who came to the area from Westphalia in 1661. William Dyckman, who inherit

The Dutch Colonial-style farmhouse was built by William Dyckman, c.1785, and was originally part of over 250acre of farmland owned by the family. It is now located in a small park at the corner of Broadway and 204th Street in the Inwood neighborhood of the city.History and descriptionDyckman was the grandson of Jan Dyckman, who came to the area from Westphalia in 1661. William Dyckman, who inherit

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