In conjunction with the 250th Anniversary of the building of the Reformed Dutch Church and the FREE tour of the church sanctuary and graveyard on November 4th, there will be a tour of Claverack Dutch homes built before (or the same year as) the church. Thanks to event volunteers and all the homeowners who generously opened their homes. Claverack Historic House Tour tickets will be available at the church and cost $40 payable by check (preferred), credit card, or cash. Proceeds benefit Claverack Pathways – the Shaw Bridge project of the Open Space Institute, Inc., a nonprofit public charity exempt from federal income tax under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. For more information contact Ian Nitschke at 518-567-8288 (cell) or Ian.Nitschke@mac.com.
Photo 1: Van Ness House (c. 1730 expansion c. 1800)
Photo 2: Van Hoesen House (c. 1715)
Photo 3: Van Dues/Ten Broeck House (c. 1720 expansion c.1750)
Photo 4: Tobias Van Deusen House (c. 1740)
Photo 5: Conyn-Van Rensselaer House (1766)
Photo 6: Cornelius Muller House (1767)
Not shown because of space limitations: Van Rensselaer Lower Manor House (c. 1700 expansion c.1800)