Hasbrouck, Jean, House

Huguenot and N. Front Sts., New Paltz, New York

Photos 

Jean Hasbrouck House

3. Exterior general view from south and west. July 25, 1940. Photos by Stanley P. Mixon.

Photo from the Historic American Buildings Survey

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Map 

Street View 

Description 

Built in two stages -- a one-room house in 1694 that was enlarged in 1712 to become both home and store -- this stone structure survives as the best example of a 17th-century Flemish Colonial house in the country. Jean Hasbrouck was a native of Calais and a member of a group of French Huguenots from Flanders and the Lower Rhine who settled in the New Paltz area. -- National Historic Landmark statement of significance, December 24, 1967

National Register information 

Status
Posted to the National Register of Historic Places on December 24, 1967
Reference number
67000016
Architectural styles
Colonial; Other architectural type; Dutch Colonial
Area of significance
Architecture
Level of significance
National
Evaluation criteria
C - Design/Construction
Property type
Building
Historic functions
Single dwelling; Specialty store
Current function
Museum
Periods of significance
1650-1699; 1700-1749
Significant years
1694; 1712

Update Log 

  • April 10, 2018: New Street View added by Brian Bartlett

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