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National Register of Historic Places listings in Ulster County, New York

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Location of Ulster County in New York
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List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Ulster County, New York

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Ulster County, New York. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in a map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1] Eight of the properties and districts are further designated as U.S. National Historic Landmarks.


          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 17, 2022.[2]


Contents: Counties in New York
Albany (Albany)AlleganyBronxBroomeCattaraugusCayugaChautauquaChemungChenangoClintonColumbiaCortlandDelawareDutchess (Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck)Erie (Buffalo)EssexFranklinFultonGeneseeGreeneHamiltonHerkimerJeffersonKingsLewisLivingstonMadisonMonroe (Rochester)MontgomeryNassauNew York (Below 14th Street, 14th to 59th Streets, 59th to 110th Streets, Above 110th Street, Islands)NiagaraOneidaOnondagaOntarioOrangeOrleansOswegoOtsegoPutnamQueensRensselaerRichmondRocklandSt. LawrenceSaratogaSchenectadySchoharieSchuylerSenecaSteubenSuffolkSullivanTiogaTompkinsUlsterWarrenWashingtonWayneWestchester (Northern, Southern, New Rochelle, Peekskill, Yonkers)WyomingYates

Listings county-wide

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Accord Historic District January 24, 2020
(#100004909)
Devoe Ln., Granite Rd., Main St., Scenic Rd. Schoolhouse Rd., Tobacco Rd., Tow Path Rd.
41°47′09″N 74°13′47″W / 41.7857°N 74.2297°W / 41.7857; -74.2297 (Accord Historic District)
Accord Well-preserved hamlet along the former Delaware and Hudson Canal and Rondout Creek
2 Peter Aldrich Homestead September 26, 1983
(#83001811)
168 Decker Rd.
41°40′11″N 74°15′24″W / 41.6697°N 74.2567°W / 41.6697; -74.2567 (Peter Aldrich Homestead)
Gardiner 1750 frame house of early settler; later expanded; part of the Shawangunk Valley Multiple Resource Area (MRA)
3 All Saints' Chapel September 11, 1986
(#86002511)
Main St.
41°50′44″N 74°04′35″W / 41.8456°N 74.0764°W / 41.8456; -74.0764 (All Saints' Chapel)
Rosendale Unusual 1876 Gothic Revival church building with Ruskinesque touches finished in locally mined Rosendale cement. Used as Rosendale library since 1959.
4 Alligerville Historic District June 30, 2015
(#15000370)
Berme, Church Hill, Creek, Rose Hill & Towpath Rds., Cty. Rd. 6, Church & Purcell Lns.
41°47′45″N 74°11′48″W / 41.79592°N 74.19654°W / 41.79592; -74.19654 (Alligerville Historic District)
Alligerville Well-preserved Delaware and Hudson Canal town
5 [[A.M.E. Zion Church of Kingston and Mt. Zion Cemetery]] March 3, 2021
(#100006224)
26 Franklin St. and 190 South Wall St.
41°55′08″N 74°00′41″W / 41.9188°N 74.0115°W / 41.9188; -74.0115 (A.M.E. Zion Church of Kingston and Mt. Zion Cemetery)
Kingston A 1927 neo-Gothic church housing an African-American congregation established in 1848, and its nearby historic African-American cemetery.
6 Appeldoorn Farm March 20, 2013
(#13000099)
4938 US 209
41°47′47″N 74°12′56″W / 41.7963°N 74.2156°W / 41.7963; -74.2156 (Appeldoorn Farm)
Accord Farmstead has remained in same family, with many original buildings, for almost 300 years.
7 Asbury Historic District November 8, 2021
(#100007096)
Old King's Hwy., West Camp, Schoolhouse, Wilhelm, and Charles Smith Rds.
42°08′30″N 73°57′13″W / 42.1417°N 73.9537°W / 42.1417; -73.9537 (Asbury Historic District)
Saugerties 250 acres of first farms established by Palatine Germans resettled in the area in early 18th century; still rural today
8 Ashokan Field Campus Historic District April 16, 2019
(#100003622)
477 Beaverkill Rd.
41°55′46″N 74°12′08″W / 41.9294°N 74.2022°W / 41.9294; -74.2022 (Ashokan Field Campus Historic District)
Olive Bridge Oldest outdoor environmental education center in state built on property first developed for farming in the 18th century
9 Ashokan-Turnwood Covered Bridge July 20, 2000
(#00000822)
477 Beaverkill Rd.
41°55′36″N 74°11′58″W / 41.9267°N 74.1994°W / 41.9267; -74.1994 (Ashokan-Turnwood Covered Bridge)
Olive Bridge
10 Sebastian Baker Stone House February 22, 1996
(#96000136)
10 Dug Rd.
41°49′55″N 74°14′40″W / 41.8319°N 74.2444°W / 41.8319; -74.2444 (Sebastian Baker Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
11 Balsam Lake Mountain Fire Observation Station September 23, 2001
(#01001038)
Balsam Lake Mountain
42°04′11″N 74°34′28″W / 42.0697°N 74.5744°W / 42.0697; -74.5744 (Balsam Lake Mountain Fire Observation Station)
Hardenburgh Earliest site of a fire lookout in the Catskills. Current tower built in 1930 and used till 1988. Part of the Fire Observation Stations of New York State Forest Preserve MPS
12 Zachariah Barley Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000951)
193 Whitfield Rd.
41°49′32″N 74°14′22″W / 41.8256°N 74.2394°W / 41.8256; -74.2394 (Zachariah Barley Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
13 Beaverkill Valley Inn September 12, 1985
(#85002280)
Beaverkill Rd.
42°01′24″N 74°45′06″W / 42.0233°N 74.7517°W / 42.0233; -74.7517 (Beaverkill Valley Inn)
Lew Beach 1895 inn is one of few surviving fishing lodges from early years of Beaverkill angling
14 George W. Bellows House February 2, 2018
(#100002081)
9 Bellows Ln.
42°02′46″N 74°07′16″W / 42.0460°N 74.1212°W / 42.0460; -74.1212 (George W. Bellows House)
Woodstock 1921 cottage built as summer retreat by artist George Bellows
15 Bevier House September 26, 1983
(#83001812)
Bevier Rd.
41°40′57″N 74°10′19″W / 41.6825°N 74.1719°W / 41.6825; -74.1719 (Bevier House)
Gardiner Mid-19th-century farmhouse, one of few intact ones in Shawangunk Valley that predate Civil War; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
16 Bevier Stone House March 12, 2002
(#02000135)
2687 US 209
41°53′25″N 74°06′11″W / 41.8903°N 74.1031°W / 41.8903; -74.1031 (Bevier Stone House)
Marbletown
17 Binnewater Historic District November 4, 1982
(#82001272)
Sawdust Ave., Breezy Hill and Binnewater Rds.
41°51′27″N 74°05′10″W / 41.8575°N 74.0861°W / 41.8575; -74.0861 (Binnewater Historic District)
Rosendale
18 Boice House December 28, 2001
(#01001388)
110 Fair St.
41°55′40″N 74°00′58″W / 41.9278°N 74.0161°W / 41.9278; -74.0161 (Boice House)
Kingston 1850s Greek Revival home remodeled in Second Empire style by local quarry owner
19 Brown–Ellis House June 17, 2014
(#14000316)
382 Crescent Ave.
41°42′12″N 74°02′33″W / 41.7033°N 74.04237°W / 41.7033; -74.04237 (Brown–Ellis House)
Highland Well-preserved farmhouse of early settler


20 Emile Brunel Studio and Sculpture Garden August 10, 1999
(#99000909)
NY 28
41°59′49″N 74°15′52″W / 41.9969°N 74.2644°W / 41.9969; -74.2644 (Emile Brunel Studio and Sculpture Garden)
Boiceville Surviving pre–World War II Catskills roadside attraction. Studio built in imitation of European farmhouse, an unusual style in the region.
21 Bruynswick School No. 8 November 2, 2000
(#00001277)
2146 Bruynswick Rd.
41°39′33″N 74°13′36″W / 41.6592°N 74.2267°W / 41.6592; -74.2267 (Bruynswick School No. 8)
Shawangunk Intact 19th-century wooden one-room schoolhouse
22 Brykill September 26, 1983
(#83001813)
Bruynswick Rd.
41°39′56″N 74°13′02″W / 41.6656°N 74.2172°W / 41.6656; -74.2172 (Brykill)
Gardiner 1724 stone house greatly expanded into sympathetic Colonial Revival mansion by Myron Teller in 1927. Now an organic grass-fed beef ranch. Part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
23 John Burroughs Cabin November 24, 1968
(#68000034)
West of West Park
41°47′48″N 73°58′26″W / 41.796667°N 73.973889°W / 41.796667; -73.973889 (John Burroughs Cabin)
West Park Naturalist John Burroughs' cabin known as "Slabsides"
24 John Burroughs Riverby Study November 24, 1968
(#68000035)
Between US 9W and the Hudson River
41°48′17″N 73°58′25″W / 41.804722°N 73.973611°W / 41.804722; -73.973611 (John Burroughs Riverby Study)
West Park Burroughs' study at his West Park estate
25 Byrdcliffe Historic District May 7, 1979
(#79001643)
West of Woodstock at Glasco Tpke. and Larks Nest Rd.
42°03′14″N 74°08′17″W / 42.053889°N 74.138056°W / 42.053889; -74.138056 (Byrdcliffe Historic District)
Woodstock Utopian artists' community
26 Camp Wapanachki November 25, 1994
(#94001372)
S. Plank Rd. (Old Co. Rt 28) at the junction with Miller Rd., Shandaken
42°02′56″N 74°16′21″W / 42.048889°N 74.2725°W / 42.048889; -74.2725 (Camp Wapanachki)
Mt. Tremper
27 Chapel Hill Bible Church January 7, 2005
(#04001450)
49 Bingham Rd.
41°35′12″N 73°59′42″W / 41.586667°N 73.995°W / 41.586667; -73.995 (Chapel Hill Bible Church)
Marlboro Gothic Revival church originally built 1860 in Manhattan moved to Marlboro in 1905.
28 Chestnut Street Historic District September 19, 1985
(#85002443)
Roughly bounded by W. Chestnut St., Broadway, E. Chestnut, Livingston & Stuyvesant Sts.
41°55′24″N 73°59′22″W / 41.923333°N 73.989444°W / 41.923333; -73.989444 (Chestnut Street Historic District)
Kingston
29 Chetolah October 21, 1980
(#80002782)
South of Cragsmoor on Vista Maria Rd.
41°39′39″N 74°22′39″W / 41.660833°N 74.3775°W / 41.660833; -74.3775 (Chetolah)
Cragsmoor Late 19th-century estate
30 Chichester House December 28, 2001
(#01001392)
116 Fair St.
41°55′41″N 74°00′58″W / 41.928056°N 74.016111°W / 41.928056; -74.016111 (Chichester House)
Kingston Intact 1870s Second Empire house
31 Walstein Childs House July 3, 2003
(#03000602)
Sand Hill Rd., Wallkill Correctional Facility
41°38′33″N 74°10′08″W / 41.6425°N 74.168889°W / 41.6425; -74.168889 (Walstein Childs House)
Wallkill Intact late 18th-century stone house
32 Christ Episcopal Church November 10, 2010
(#10000916)
426 Old Post Road
41°36′01″N 73°58′18″W / 41.600278°N 73.971667°W / 41.600278; -73.971667 (Christ Episcopal Church)
Marlboro
33 Christ Lutheran Church and Parsonage May 28, 2010
(#10000304)
105-107 Center Street
41°42′54″N 74°23′34″W / 41.714911°N 74.392794°W / 41.714911; -74.392794 (Christ Lutheran Church and Parsonage)
Ellenville
34 Church of the Holy Transfiguration of Christ-on-the-Mount December 9, 2005
(#05001385)
Mead's Mountain Rd.
42°03′42″N 74°07′18″W / 42.061667°N 74.121667°W / 42.061667; -74.121667 (Church of the Holy Transfiguration of Christ-on-the-Mount)
Woodstock
35 Clinton Avenue Historic District February 5, 1970
(#70000434)
Clinton Ave. and Fair St.
41°56′05″N 74°01′29″W / 41.934722°N 74.024722°W / 41.934722; -74.024722 (Clinton Avenue Historic District)
Kingston Neighborhood around Senate House was first historic district in city; now part of larger Stockade District
36 Cole-Hasbrouck Farm Historic District November 10, 1994
(#94001240)
NY 32, north of the junction with US 44 and NY 55
41°40′08″N 74°06′24″W / 41.668889°N 74.106667°W / 41.668889; -74.106667 (Cole-Hasbrouck Farm Historic District)
Modena
37 Common School No. 10 September 15, 1988
(#88001439)
Northside of Upper Cherrytown Rd.
41°52′47″N 74°19′18″W / 41.879722°N 74.321667°W / 41.879722; -74.321667 (Common School No. 10)
Accord
38 Community Theatre July 22, 1979
(#79001639)
601 Broadway
41°55′46″N 74°00′17″W / 41.929444°N 74.004722°W / 41.929444; -74.004722 (Community Theatre)
Kingston 1926 Classical Revival theater is only pre–World War II theater left in city and one of only three in the Hudson Valley. Now Ulster Performing Arts Center and home to the Hudson Valley Philharmonic
39 Congregation Tifereth Yehuda Veyisroel August 27, 2013
(#13000632)
24–26 Minnewaska Trail
41°46′14″N 74°17′52″W / 41.7705494°N 74.2979119°W / 41.7705494; -74.2979119 (Congregation Tifereth Yehuda Veyisroel)
Kerhonkson One of 20 intact early 20th-century Catskill synagogues
40 Cordts Mansion October 3, 2007
(#07001039)
82-152 Lindsley Ave.
41°55′46″N 73°58′22″W / 41.929444°N 73.972778°W / 41.929444; -73.972778 (Cordts Mansion)
Kingston
41 Coykendall Lodge January 11, 2002
(#01001441)
Off Alder Lake Rd.
42°03′15″N 74°40′27″W / 42.054167°N 74.674167°W / 42.054167; -74.674167 (Coykendall Lodge)
Hardenburgh Remains of Shingle Style lodge of rail magnate Samuel Coykendall, now one of the few non-fire tower structures allowed to remain on Forest Preserve land
42 Cragsmoor Historic District August 8, 1996
(#96000860)
Roughly bounded by Henry, Cragsmoor, and Sam's Pt. Rds., Hamlet of Cragsmoor
41°40′13″N 74°22′36″W / 41.670278°N 74.376667°W / 41.670278; -74.376667 (Cragsmoor Historic District)
Cragsmoor Artists' community with many ornate 19th-century houses
43 J. B. Crowell and Son Brick Mould Mill Complex June 30, 1983
(#83001814)
Lippencott Rd.
41°37′25″N 74°11′49″W / 41.6236°N 74.1969°W / 41.6236; -74.1969 (J. B. Crowell and Son Brick Mould Mill Complex)
Wallkill Intact late-19th-century commercial complex still in use
44 Cumming-Parker House February 12, 2010
(#10000014)
50 Appletree Road
41°49′58″N 73°57′31″W / 41.8329°N 73.9587°W / 41.8329; -73.9587 (Cumming-Parker House)
Esopus
45 Davis Stone House August 12, 1999
(#99000995)
4652 US 209
41°49′09″N 74°12′01″W / 41.8192°N 74.2003°W / 41.8192; -74.2003 (Davis Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
46 De Meyer-Burhans-Felten Farm August 17, 2020
(#100005452)
81-101 Bogert Ln.
42°00′22″N 73°59′52″W / 42.0062°N 73.9978°W / 42.0062; -73.9978 (De Meyer-Burhans-Felten Farm)
Ulster
47 Johannes Decker Farm March 5, 1974
(#74001312)
Southwest of Gardiner on Red Mill Rd. and Shawangunk Kill
41°38′33″N 74°14′03″W / 41.6425°N 74.2342°W / 41.6425; -74.2342 (Johannes Decker Farm)
Gardiner
48 William Decker House September 26, 1983
(#83001815)
New Prospect Rd.
41°38′51″N 74°15′49″W / 41.6475°N 74.2636°W / 41.6475; -74.2636 (William Decker House)
Shawangunk Stone house of early settler of Town of Shawangunk; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
49 Delaware and Hudson Canal November 24, 1968
(#68000051)
Delaware and Hudson Canal
41°47′13″N 74°14′29″W / 41.7869°N 74.2415°W / 41.7869; -74.2415 (Delaware and Hudson Canal)
Linear through county from Spring Glen to Creeklocks Remains of canal and locks that provided anthracite coal from Northeastern Pennsylvania to New York City in the 19th century, spurring city's growth
50 Deyo-Dubois House August 17, 2020
(#100005451)
161 Vineyard Ave.
41°42′45″N 73°58′22″W / 41.7126°N 73.9727°W / 41.7126; -73.9727 (Deyo-Dubois House)
Highland
51 Dill Farm September 26, 1983
(#83001816)
Off Goebel Rd.
41°38′35″N 74°15′45″W / 41.6431°N 74.2625°W / 41.6431; -74.2625 (Dill Farm)
Shawangunk Ca. 1760 family farm with original buildings from the early 19th century. Part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
52 District School No. 14 February 21, 1997
(#97000111)
Academy St., south of the junction with Birch Cr. Rd.
42°08′06″N 74°28′47″W / 42.135°N 74.4797°W / 42.135; -74.4797 (District School No. 14)
Pine Hill 1925 building reflects changes in state standards for rural schools and combines Colonial Revival and Craftsman styles.
53 Andries DuBois House August 6, 1998
(#98001011)
75 Wallkill Ave.
41°36′36″N 74°11′13″W / 41.61°N 74.1869°W / 41.61; -74.1869 (Andries DuBois House)
Wallkill Oldest house in Wallkill; recently restored to original appearance
54 DuBois-Deyo House November 25, 1994
(#94001374)
437 Springtown Rd.
41°48′16″N 74°05′12″W / 41.8044°N 74.0867°W / 41.8044; -74.0867 (DuBois-Deyo House)
Rosendale
55 Dubois-Kierstede Stone House May 20, 1998
(#98000550)
119 Main St.
42°04′45″N 73°56′59″W / 42.0792°N 73.9497°W / 42.0792; -73.9497 (Dubois-Kierstede Stone House)
Saugerties 1727 stone house used as museum
56 Dubois-Sarles Octagon November 15, 2002
(#02001322)
16 South St.
41°36′02″N 73°58′27″W / 41.6006°N 73.9742°W / 41.6006; -73.9742 (Dubois-Sarles Octagon)
Marlboro Second Empire-style octagon house built in the 1850s and modified 1872. Rare such home built on a sidehall plan.
57 Hendrikus DuBois House July 8, 1982
(#82003410)
600 Albany Post Rd.
41°43′15″N 74°08′56″W / 41.7208°N 74.1489°W / 41.7208; -74.1489 (Hendrikus DuBois House)
Libertyville House of son of "Duzine" who served in militia during Revolution
58 Ephriam DuPuy Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000952)
193 Whitfield Rd.
41°49′10″N 74°13′18″W / 41.8194°N 74.2217°W / 41.8194; -74.2217 (Ephriam DuPuy Stone House)
Rochester Mid-18th-century stone house; part of the Rochester MPS
59 J. Dupuy Stone House February 21, 1997
(#97000110)
Krum Rd., west of the junction with Queens Hwy.
41°48′09″N 74°16′45″W / 41.8025°N 74.2792°W / 41.8025; -74.2792 (J. Dupuy Stone House)
Rochester 1840 stone house was raised only on front facade; part of the Rochester MPS
60 Ellenville Downtown Historic District June 20, 2012
(#12000344)
Canal, Center, Liberty, Main, & Market Sts.
41°43′01″N 74°23′36″W / 41.7169°N 74.3933°W / 41.7169; -74.3933 (Ellenville Downtown Historic District)
Ellenville Core of village reflecting change from 19th-century canal town to early 20th-century resort area.
61 Elliot–Buckley House September 29, 2011
(#11000710)
204 Old Post Rd.
41°35′04″N 73°58′14″W / 41.5844°N 73.9706°W / 41.5844; -73.9706 (Elliot–Buckley House)
Marlboro Built in 1843 by Dr. Daniel Elliot, sold to the Buckley family in 1866.
62 Elm Street Stone Arch Bridge December 16, 1996
(#96001437)
Elm St., over Alton Creek
42°08′00″N 74°28′48″W / 42.1333°N 74.48°W / 42.1333; -74.48 (Elm Street Stone Arch Bridge)
Pine Hill 1900 bridge is one of few stone arch bridges remaining in county
63 Elting Memorial Library May 12, 2004
(#04000432)
93 Main St.
41°44′54″N 74°05′07″W / 41.7483°N 74.0853°W / 41.7483; -74.0853 (Elting Memorial Library)
New Paltz Main library of New Paltz; expanded from old stone house
64 Esopus Meadows Lighthouse May 29, 1979
(#79001638)
Spans Hudson River
41°52′16″N 73°56′45″W / 41.8711°N 73.9458°W / 41.8711; -73.9458 (Esopus Meadows Lighthouse)
Esopus part of the Hudson River Lighthouses Thematic Resource (TR)
65 First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Kingston October 10, 2008
(#08001089)
272 Wall Street
41°55′58″N 74°01′10″W / 41.9327°N 74.0194°W / 41.9327; -74.0194 (First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Kingston)
Kingston Minard Lefever-designed 1852 church for congregation dating to 1659, one of oldest in U.S. in continuous existence. Only Lafever stone church, and his only Renaissance Revival church retaining its original integrity.
66 Fitch Bluestone Company Office May 16, 2016
(#16000256)
532-574 Abeel St.
41°54′35″N 74°00′09″W / 41.9097°N 74.0026°W / 41.9097; -74.0026 (Fitch Bluestone Company Office)
Kingston Distinctive 1870 office made, unusually, entirely of bluestone
67 James and Mary Forsyth House July 3, 2003
(#03000603)
31 Albany Ave.
41°55′58″N 74°00′53″W / 41.9328°N 74.0147°W / 41.9328; -74.0147 (James and Mary Forsyth House)
Kingston 1849 Richard Upjohn Italian villa is one of only two pre-Civil War buildings, and only house, by a nationally prominent architect in the city
68 Fuller Shirt Company Factory July 27, 2018
(#100002745)
45 Pine Grove Avenue
41°55′36″N 74°00′07″W / 41.9268°N 74.0019°W / 41.9268; -74.0019 (Fuller Shirt Company Factory)
Kingston Main manufactuting facility of local garment company built in 1906 and used through 1965
69 Gardiner School November 22, 2000
(#00001423)
2340 US 44/NY 55
41°40′43″N 74°08′59″W / 41.6786°N 74.1497°W / 41.6786; -74.1497 (Gardiner School)
Gardiner Late-19th-century wooden school building now used as town hall following restoration
70 Grant Mills Covered Bridge December 17, 1998
(#98001538)
Mill Brook Rd., over Mill Brook
42°04′48″N 74°37′45″W / 42.08°N 74.6292°W / 42.08; -74.6292 (Grant Mills Covered Bridge)
Hardenburgh Intact 1902 covered bridge, highest one in Catskills. Now carries foot traffic only
71 Guilford-Bower Farm House July 8, 1999
(#99000810)
Albany Post Rd.
41°42′40″N 74°09′30″W / 41.7111°N 74.1583°W / 41.7111; -74.1583 (Guilford-Bower Farm House)
New Paltz
72 Thaddeus Hait Farm December 29, 1988
(#88003075)
75 Allhusen Rd.
41°40′43″N 74°05′23″W / 41.6786°N 74.0898°W / 41.6786; -74.0898 (Thaddeus Hait Farm)
Modena Mostly intact early-19th-century farm now returned to original use as winery
73 Hardenbergh-Jenkins Farm August 17, 2020
(#100005453)
128 Crispell Ln.
41°41′51″N 74°09′49″W / 41.6974°N 74.1636°W / 41.6974; -74.1636 (Hardenbergh-Jenkins Farm)
Gardiner
74 Jean Hasbrouck House December 24, 1967
(#67000016)
Huguenot and N. Front Sts.
41°45′06″N 74°05′20″W / 41.7517°N 74.0889°W / 41.7517; -74.0889 (Jean Hasbrouck House)
New Paltz Best example of Belgian stone house among the Huguenot Street homes; only one with jambless fireplace
75 Major Jacob Hasbrouck Jr. House July 23, 1999
(#99000808)
193 Huguenot St.
41°45′38″N 74°05′11″W / 41.7606°N 74.0864°W / 41.7606; -74.0864 (Major Jacob Hasbrouck Jr. House)
New Paltz Home built in 1786 by Jean Hasbrouck's grandson, a veteran of the Revolution and town supervisor; modified in different ways by descendants over 19th century. Last major stone house in Ulster County and only one still owned by descendants of same family
76 Judge Jonathan Hasbrouck House March 6, 2013
(#13000056)
20 Elwyn Lane
42°02′29″N 74°06′49″W / 42.0413°N 74.1137°W / 42.0413; -74.1137 (Judge Jonathan Hasbrouck House)
Woodstock Stone house built ca. 1800 is excellent example of Ulster County residential architecture from that time.
77 Al Held House and Studio January 25, 2021
(#100005440)
26 Beechford Dr.
42°01′03″N 74°15′59″W / 42.0174°N 74.2665°W / 42.0174; -74.2665 (Al Held House and Studio)
Boiceville
78 High Falls Historic District August 6, 1998
(#98001005)
Roughly along NY 213 and Main St.
41°49′36″N 74°07′42″W / 41.8267°N 74.1283°W / 41.8267; -74.1283 (High Falls Historic District)
High Falls Semi-planned area around major stopping point on D & H Canal
79 Holy Cross Monastery February 24, 1995
(#95000045)
US 9W, east side
41°48′07″N 73°57′26″W / 41.8019°N 73.9572°W / 41.8019; -73.9572 (Holy Cross Monastery)
West Park First house established in Order of the Holy Cross by founder The Rev. James Otis Sargent Huntington, in 1904.
80 Jacob Hoornbeck Stone House February 21, 1997
(#97000108)
Boice Mill Rd., junction with Krum Rd.
41°47′48″N 74°17′33″W / 41.7967°N 74.2925°W / 41.7967; -74.2925 (Jacob Hoornbeck Stone House)
Rochester 1800 stone house in Georgian style built onto smaller earlier rear wing; part of the Rochester MPS
81 Hoornbeek Store Complex February 9, 1984
(#84003229)
Main St. between Clinton & Church Sts.
41°44′28″N 74°22′27″W / 41.7411°N 74.3742°W / 41.7411; -74.3742 (Hoornbeek Store Complex)
Napanoch Early-19th-century store complex shows transition between Federal and Greek Revival styles.
82 Hornbeck Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000957)
149 Whitfield Rd.
41°49′02″N 74°13′18″W / 41.8172°N 74.2217°W / 41.8172; -74.2217 (Hornbeck Stone House)
Rochester 1750 stone house; part of the Rochester MPS
83 House at 184 Albany Avenue November 15, 2002
(#02001317)
184 Albany Ave.
41°56′01″N 74°00′29″W / 41.9336°N 74.0081°W / 41.9336; -74.0081 (House at 184 Albany Avenue)
Kingston Intact ca. 1860 Picturesque house; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
84 House at 272 Albany Avenue October 20, 2020
(#100007079)
272 Albany Ave.
41°56′10″N 74°00′19″W / 41.9362°N 74.0052°W / 41.9362; -74.0052 (House at 272 Albany Avenue)
Kingston 1890 Colonial Revival house with Queen Anne decoration expanded to current size by 1914
85 House at 313 Albany Avenue November 15, 2002
(#02001313)
313 Albany Ave.
41°56′16″N 74°00′17″W / 41.9378°N 74.0047°W / 41.9378; -74.0047 (House at 313 Albany Avenue)
Kingston 1896 "Hutton House" in "Free Classical" mode of Queen Anne Style, showing transition to Colonial Revival; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
86 House at 322 Albany Avenue November 15, 2002
(#02001319)
322 Albany Ave.
41°56′15″N 74°00′15″W / 41.9375°N 74.0042°W / 41.9375; -74.0042 (House at 322 Albany Avenue)
Kingston Early-19th-century stone house renovated in 1840s Greek Revival and 1930s Colonial Revival; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
87 House at 356 Albany Avenue November 15, 2002
(#02001318)
356 Albany Ave.
41°55′57″N 74°00′32″W / 41.9325°N 74.0089°W / 41.9325; -74.0089 (House at 356 Albany Avenue)
Kingston 1897 house in Queen Anne "Free Classical" phase; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
88 Huguenot Street Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000578)
Huguenot St.
41°45′06″N 74°05′19″W / 41.7517°N 74.0886°W / 41.7517; -74.0886 (Huguenot Street Historic District)
New Paltz Late-17th-century stone houses built by founders of New Paltz; one of the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhoods in Anglo-America
89 George and John R. Hunt Memorial Building January 14, 2005
(#04001481)
2 Liberty St., corner of Liberty and Canal Sts.
41°43′02″N 74°23′38″W / 41.7172°N 74.3939°W / 41.7172; -74.3939 (George and John R. Hunt Memorial Building)
Ellenville Neoclassical building from the early 20th century has seen a variety of uses, mainly as village library.
90 Hurley Historic District October 15, 1966
(#66000577)
Hurley St., Hurley Mountain Rd., and Schoonmaker Lane
41°55′39″N 74°03′58″W / 41.9275°N 74.0661°W / 41.9275; -74.0661 (Hurley Historic District)
Hurley Well-preserved early-18th-century Dutch stone houses; temporary capitol of New York for two months after burning of nearby Kingston
91 Johannes Jansen House and Dutch Barn September 26, 1983
(#83001818)
Decker Rd.
41°40′01″N 74°16′11″W / 41.6669°N 74.2697°W / 41.6669; -74.2697 (Johannes Jansen House and Dutch Barn)
Shawangunk Stone house and farm of early settler; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
92 Thomas Jansen House September 26, 1983
(#83001817)
Jansen Rd.
41°39′07″N 74°17′32″W / 41.6519°N 74.2922°W / 41.6519; -74.2922 (Thomas Jansen House)
Shawangunk Jansen's original 1727 stone house still stands as kitchen wing of Federal-style stone house his grandson built in the 1820s. Part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
93 Jenkins-DuBois Farm and Mill Site May 30, 2001
(#01000581)
Jenkinstown Rd.
41°41′46″N 74°06′38″W / 41.6961°N 74.1106°W / 41.6961; -74.1106 (Jenkins-DuBois Farm and Mill Site)
Gardiner 1793 farm on land still owned by original family.
94 K. WHITTELSEY (tugboat) November 21, 2002
(#02001395)
3 North St. at Rondout Creek
41°55′20″N 73°58′13″W / 41.9222°N 73.9703°W / 41.9222; -73.9703 (K. WHITTELSEY (tugboat))
Kingston Scrapped in 2008.[5]
95 William Kenyon House December 28, 2001
(#01001387)
104 Fair St.
41°55′39″N 74°00′57″W / 41.9275°N 74.0158°W / 41.9275; -74.0158 (William Kenyon House)
Kingston Intact 1850 Italian villa-style house of local congressman
96 Kingston City Almshouse February 2, 2018
(#100002082)
300 Flatbush Ave.
41°56′28″N 73°59′20″W / 41.94100°N 73.98880°W / 41.94100; -73.98880 (Kingston City Almshouse)
Kingston 1872-74 stone Italianate building to care for city's poor; later used by county health department and currently vacant
97 Kingston City Hall December 9, 1971
(#71000563)
408 Broadway
41°55′37″N 73°59′48″W / 41.9269°N 73.9967°W / 41.9269; -73.9967 (Kingston City Hall)
Kingston 1873 building, recently restored, sat on former Kingston-Rondout boundary to symbolize merged city.
98 Kingston City Library December 7, 1995
(#95001404)
399 Broadway
41°55′34″N 73°59′47″W / 41.9261°N 73.9964°W / 41.9261; -73.9964 (Kingston City Library)
Kingston 1903 neoclassical Carnegie library
99 Kingston Gas and Electric Co. Building November 8, 2021
(#100007103)
609-611 Broadway
41°55′46″N 74°00′18″W / 41.9295°N 74.0049°W / 41.9295; -74.0049 (Kingston Gas and Electric Co. Building)
Kingston 1912 Arts and Crafts commercial building from which utility company introduced the Kingston area to centralized power for 33 years.
100 Kingston Stockade District June 19, 1975
(#75001231)
Area bounded by both sides of Clinton Ave., Main, Green, and Front Sts.
41°56′02″N 74°01′13″W / 41.9339°N 74.0203°W / 41.9339; -74.0203 (Kingston Stockade District)
Kingston Area inside 1654 stockade, commonly known as Uptown Kingston
101 Kingston-Port Ewen Suspension Bridge April 30, 1980
(#80002783)
Wurtz St. (old U.S. 9W), across Rondout Creek
41°55′02″N 73°59′08″W / 41.9172°N 73.9856°W / 41.9172; -73.9856 (Kingston-Port Ewen Suspension Bridge)
Kingston and Port Ewen Suspension bridge, started in 1916, completed in 1921 (interrupted by WWI steel shortage),

was final link in US 9W up west side of Hudson, replacing the Skillypot ferry. 3 ton load limit; extensive reconstruction scheduled to commence in 2015.

102 Kingston/Rondout 2 Lighthouse May 29, 1979
(#79001640)
Hudson River and Rondout Creek
41°55′38″N 73°58′19″W / 41.9272°N 73.9719°W / 41.9272; -73.9719 (Kingston/Rondout 2 Lighthouse)
Kingston part of the Hudson River Lighthouses TR
103 Kirkland Hotel November 15, 2002
(#02001323)
2 Main St.
41°55′59″N 74°01′01″W / 41.9331°N 74.0169°W / 41.9331; -74.0169 (Kirkland Hotel)
Kingston Rare surviving wood-frame urban hotel built in 1899
104 Kripplebush Historic District October 4, 1994
(#94001173)
Roughly, area surrounding Kripplebush and Pine Bush Rds.
41°50′18″N 74°11′17″W / 41.8383°N 74.1881°W / 41.8383; -74.1881 (Kripplebush Historic District)
Marbletown
105 Krom Stone House and Dutch Barn August 10, 1995
(#95000955)
Airport Rd.
41°49′01″N 74°12′35″W / 41.8169°N 74.2097°W / 41.8169; -74.2097 (Krom Stone House and Dutch Barn)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
106 Krom Stone House at 31 Upper Whitfield Road August 10, 1995
(#95000954)
31 Upper Whitfield Rd.
41°49′43″N 74°13′39″W / 41.8286°N 74.2275°W / 41.8286; -74.2275 (Krom Stone House at 31 Upper Whitfield Road)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
107 Krom Stone House at 45 Upper Whitfield Road August 10, 1995
(#95000950)
45 Upper Whitfield Rd.
41°49′43″N 74°13′52″W / 41.8286°N 74.2311°W / 41.8286; -74.2311 (Krom Stone House at 45 Upper Whitfield Road)
Rochester 1780 stone house with frame rear wing added in the late 19th century; part of the Rochester MPS
108 Lucas Krom Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000953)
286 Whitfield Rd.
41°49′37″N 74°13′23″W / 41.8269°N 74.2231°W / 41.8269; -74.2231 (Lucas Krom Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
109 John A. Lafevre House and School November 16, 1989
(#89002023)
NY 208, south of New Paltz
41°41′50″N 74°07′09″W / 41.6972°N 74.1192°W / 41.6972; -74.1192 (John A. Lafevre House and School)
Gardiner Stone house built 1772 by New Paltz Huguenot descendant; one-room schoolhouse on property built 1838.
110 Lattingtown Baptist Church October 20, 2010
(#10000855)
425 Old Indian Road
41°38′39″N 74°00′24″W / 41.6442°N 74.0067°W / 41.6442; -74.0067 (Lattingtown Baptist Church)
Lattingtown
111 Lake Mohonk Mountain House Complex July 16, 1973
(#73001280)
Northwest of New Paltz, between Wallkill Valley on the east and Roundout Valley on the west
41°46′48″N 74°09′41″W / 41.78°N 74.1614°W / 41.78; -74.1614 (Lake Mohonk Mountain House Complex)
New Paltz Architecturally eclectic ridgetop resort has been site of several important international conferences.
112 Abraham and Maria LeFevre House July 28, 2006
(#06000645)
56 Forest Glen Rd.
41°41′56″N 74°07′48″W / 41.6989°N 74.13°W / 41.6989; -74.13 (Abraham and Maria LeFevre House)
Gardiner
113 Lock Tender's House and Canal Store Ruin August 6, 1998
(#98001010)
40 Canal Rd.
41°49′25″N 74°07′51″W / 41.8236°N 74.1308°W / 41.8236; -74.1308 (Lock Tender's House and Canal Store Ruin)
High Falls 1848 house for keeper of D&H Canal Lock 20 and contemporary foundation for canal store
114 Locust Lawn Estate May 17, 1974
(#74001313)
NY 32, southeast of Gardiner
41°41′51″N 74°06′08″W / 41.6975°N 74.1022°W / 41.6975; -74.1022 (Locust Lawn Estate)
Gardiner 1814 Federal-style estate of Josiah Hasbrouck, descendant of the Huguenot Hasbroucks and U.S. Congressman
115 Loerzel Beer Hall September 7, 1984
(#84003234)
213 Partition St.
42°04′29″N 73°57′04″W / 42.0747°N 73.9511°W / 42.0747; -73.9511 (Loerzel Beer Hall)
Saugerties 1873 brewery now used as apartments
116 Main Street Historic District June 7, 1988
(#88000666)
US 209
41°50′49″N 74°08′41″W / 41.8469°N 74.1447°W / 41.8469; -74.1447 (Main Street Historic District)
Stone Ridge Late-18th- and early-19th-century houses and church.
117 Main-Partition Streets Historic District July 8, 1982
(#82003411)
Roughly bounded by Main, Partition, Market and Jane Sts.
42°04′37″N 73°57′10″W / 42.0769°N 73.9528°W / 42.0769; -73.9528 (Main-Partition Streets Historic District)
Saugerties
118 Jacob F. Markle Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000948)
335 Whitfield Rd.
41°49′59″N 74°13′03″W / 41.8331°N 74.2175°W / 41.8331; -74.2175 (Jacob F. Markle Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
119 Maverick Concert Hall December 9, 1999
(#99001492)
Off Maverick Rd.
42°00′51″N 74°07′06″W / 42.0142°N 74.1183°W / 42.0142; -74.1183 (Maverick Concert Hall)
Hurley
120 Middaugh-Stone House and Dutch Barn December 29, 1994
(#94001514)
476 Mill Rd.
41°49′09″N 74°13′49″W / 41.8192°N 74.2303°W / 41.8192; -74.2303 (Middaugh-Stone House and Dutch Barn)
Rochester
121 Mill Street Stone Arch Bridge December 16, 1996
(#96001439)
Mill St., over Birch Cr.
42°08′01″N 74°29′00″W / 42.1336°N 74.4833°W / 42.1336; -74.4833 (Mill Street Stone Arch Bridge)
Pine Hill 1897 bridge built by same builder as Elm Street bridge
122 Miller's House at Red Mills September 26, 1983
(#83001819)
Red Mills Rd. and Wallkill Ave.
41°37′42″N 74°16′29″W / 41.6283°N 74.2747°W / 41.6283; -74.2747 (Miller's House at Red Mills)
Shawangunk part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
123 Milton Railroad Station August 28, 2007
(#07000873)
41 Dock Rd.
41°39′10″N 73°57′17″W / 41.6528°N 73.9547°W / 41.6528; -73.9547 (Milton Railroad Station)
Milton One of the few remaining passenger stations from the West Shore Railroad. Built in 1883; remains relatively intact today.
124 Morton Memorial Library February 21, 1997
(#97000119)
Elm St., southwest of NY 28
42°08′03″N 74°28′47″W / 42.1342°N 74.4797°W / 42.1342; -74.4797 (Morton Memorial Library)
Pine Hill 1902 Georgian Revival library built by summer resident and local philanthropist
125 Mount Tremper Fire Observation Station September 23, 2001
(#01001032)
Mount Tremper
42°04′27″N 74°16′40″W / 42.0742°N 74.2777°W / 42.0742; -74.2777 (Mount Tremper Fire Observation Station)
Shandaken part of the Fire Observation Stations of New York State Forest Preserve MPS
126 National Youth Administration Woodstock Resident Work Center April 30, 1992
(#92000455)
NY 212 north side, east of Woodstock
42°02′25″N 74°05′39″W / 42.040278°N 74.094167°W / 42.040278; -74.094167 (National Youth Administration Woodstock Resident Work Center)
Woodstock Now Woodstock School of Art
127 New Paltz Downtown Historic District July 24, 2009
(#09000561)
Main, N. Chestnut, S. Chestnut, Church, N. Front, Academy and W. Center Sts., Innis and Plattekill Aves.
41°44′53″N 74°05′06″W / 41.748125°N 74.085083°W / 41.748125; -74.085083 (New Paltz Downtown Historic District)
New Paltz Intact 19th-century core of funky college town
128 O&W Railroad Station at Port Ben January 11, 2002
(#01001448)
Tow Path Rd.
41°45′00″N 74°20′50″W / 41.75°N 74.347222°W / 41.75; -74.347222 (O&W Railroad Station at Port Ben)
Wawarsing Abandoned 1912 passenger station and right-of-way of former track
129 Old Dutch Church Parsonage August 15, 2001
(#01000845)
109 Pearl St.
41°55′51″N 74°01′16″W / 41.930833°N 74.021111°W / 41.930833; -74.021111 (Old Dutch Church Parsonage)
Kingston
130 Osterhoudt Stone House July 5, 2001
(#01000717)
1880 NY 32
42°01′03″N 73°57′32″W / 42.0175°N 73.958889°W / 42.0175; -73.958889 (Osterhoudt Stone House)
Saugerties
131 Olive and Hurley Old School Baptist Church November 19, 1998
(#98001392)
NY 28, junction with NY 30
41°58′24″N 74°12′45″W / 41.973333°N 74.2125°W / 41.973333; -74.2125 (Olive and Hurley Old School Baptist Church)
Shokan
132 Ontario and Western Railroad Passenger Station February 22, 1999
(#99000086)
Institution Rd.
41°44′24″N 74°21′57″W / 41.74°N 74.365833°W / 41.74; -74.365833 (Ontario and Western Railroad Passenger Station)
Napanoch Intact 1903 train station next to D&H canal bed
133 Opus 40 March 12, 2001
(#01000238)
Fite Rd.
42°03′03″N 74°02′02″W / 42.050833°N 74.033889°W / 42.050833; -74.033889 (Opus 40)
Saugerties Environmental sculpture garden created by Bard College professor Harry Fite in the 1930s
134 Frank A. Palen House February 9, 2005
(#05000015)
74-76 St. James St.
41°55′50″N 74°00′53″W / 41.930556°N 74.014722°W / 41.930556; -74.014722 (Frank A. Palen House)
Kingston Intact 1892 Queen Anne Style house of local businessman
135 Alton B. Parker Estate August 23, 2016
(#16000558)
14 Lamont Landing Rd.
41°49′45″N 73°57′27″W / 41.82926°N 73.95758°W / 41.82926; -73.95758 (Alton B. Parker Estate)
Esopus 1860 Italian-villa style estate, the culmination of a century of work, was home of 1904 Democratic presidenital candidate
136 Col. Oliver Hazard Payne Estate November 15, 2002
(#02001324)
US 9W
41°48′35″N 73°57′34″W / 41.809722°N 73.959444°W / 41.809722; -73.959444 (Col. Oliver Hazard Payne Estate)
Esopus
137 Pearl Street Schoolhouse September 26, 1983
(#83001820)
Awosting and Decker Rds.
41°39′22″N 74°16′37″W / 41.656111°N 74.276944°W / 41.656111; -74.276944 (Pearl Street Schoolhouse)
Shawangunk Intact 1850 one-room schoolhouse, now used as house; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
138 Perrine's Bridge April 13, 1973
(#73001281)
Off I-87 over Wallkill River
41°48′53″N 74°03′13″W / 41.814722°N 74.053611°W / 41.814722; -74.053611 (Perrine's Bridge)
Rosendale Second-oldest covered bridge in New York and only one along the entire length of the Wallkill
139 Phoenicia Railroad Station April 20, 1995
(#95000474)
High St.
42°04′49″N 74°18′31″W / 42.080278°N 74.308611°W / 42.080278; -74.308611 (Phoenicia Railroad Station)
Phoenicia Surviving Ulster and Delaware Railroad station from 1899 now home to Empire State Rail Museum
140 Pilgrim Furniture Company Factory May 4, 2018
(#100002390)
2 S. Prospect Street
41°55′33″N 74°00′26″W / 41.9257°N 74.0072°W / 41.9257; -74.0072 (Pilgrim Furniture Company Factory)
Kingston First factory built in city after World War II, with financing from federal program to make jobs available for returning veterans
141 Pine Hill Historic District August 14, 2012
(#12000513)
Main, Academy, Elm, & Mill Sts., Bonnieview Ave., Pine Hill, Salomone, Station, & Old Turnpike Rds.
42°07′58″N 74°28′49″W / 42.13291°N 74.48035°W / 42.13291; -74.48035 (Pine Hill Historic District)
Pine Hill Core of 19th-century mountain resort town
142 Ponckhockie Union Chapel April 23, 1980
(#80002784)
91 Abruyn St.
41°55′34″N 73°58′28″W / 41.926111°N 73.974444°W / 41.926111; -73.974444 (Ponckhockie Union Chapel)
Kingston
143 Poppletown Farmhouse November 7, 1991
(#91001656)
Junction of Old Post Rd. and Swarte Kill Rd.
41°49′16″N 73°58′31″W / 41.821111°N 73.975278°W / 41.821111; -73.975278 (Poppletown Farmhouse)
Esopus
144 Red Hill Fire Observation Station September 23, 2001
(#01001030)
Red Hill
41°55′25″N 74°31′04″W / 41.923611°N 74.517778°W / 41.923611; -74.517778 (Red Hill Fire Observation Station)
Denning Last Catskill fire tower still in use when it was closed in 1990 after 70 years; first one restored and reopened in the late 1990s. 1931 observer's cabin is one of the oldest extant in New York. Part of the Fire Observation Stations of New York State Forest Preserve MPS
145 Reformed Church of Shawangunk Complex June 3, 1982
(#82003408)
Hoagerburgh Rd.
41°39′12″N 74°12′52″W / 41.653333°N 74.214444°W / 41.653333; -74.214444 (Reformed Church of Shawangunk Complex)
Shawangunk Mid-18th-century stone church is oldest building in continuous use by American Dutch Reformed Church congregation
146 Reformed Dutch Church of New Hurley November 10, 1982
(#82001273)
North of Wallkill on NY 208
41°38′18″N 74°08′37″W / 41.63824°N 74.14371°W / 41.63824; -74.14371 (Reformed Dutch Church of New Hurley)
Wallkill 1820s Greek Revival church replaced one of the first churches built in county
147 Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Klyne Esopus November 15, 2002
(#02001321)
764 US 9W
41°51′14″N 73°58′10″W / 41.853811°N 73.969328°W / 41.853811; -73.969328 (Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Klyne Esopus)
Esopus
148 Rest Plaus Historic District June 1, 1995
(#95000602)
Roughly, along Old Kings Hwy., Rest Plaus Rd. and Lucas Tpk. (Co. Rt. 1)
41°49′12″N 74°09′52″W / 41.82°N 74.164444°W / 41.82; -74.164444 (Rest Plaus Historic District)
Marbletown
149 Johannes Rider Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000956)
7 Upper Whitfield Rd.
41°49′33″N 74°13′26″W / 41.825833°N 74.223889°W / 41.825833; -74.223889 (Johannes Rider Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
150 Rondout–West Strand Historic District August 24, 1979
(#79001641)
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Roundout Creek, Ravine, Hone and McEntee Sts.
41°55′04″N 73°59′18″W / 41.917778°N 73.988333°W / 41.917778; -73.988333 (Rondout–West Strand Historic District)
Kingston Former village of Rondout and port area at northern terminus of D&H Canal preserved and restored after nearby bridge resulted in some other demolitions; now a popular nightlife and shopping area.
151 Sahler Stone House August 12, 1999
(#99000992)
Kyserike Rd.
41°49′09″N 74°11′17″W / 41.819167°N 74.188056°W / 41.819167; -74.188056 (Sahler Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
152 Sahler Stone House and Dutch Barn August 12, 1999
(#99000998)
Winfield Rd.
41°49′33″N 74°11′52″W / 41.825833°N 74.197778°W / 41.825833; -74.197778 (Sahler Stone House and Dutch Barn)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
153 J. Sahler House May 1, 2000
(#97000118)
US 209, southwest of the junction with County Road 63
41°49′28″N 74°11′27″W / 41.824444°N 74.190833°W / 41.824444; -74.190833 (J. Sahler House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
154 Saugerties Lighthouse May 29, 1979
(#79001642)
Hudson River at Esopus Creek
42°04′19″N 73°55′49″W / 42.071944°N 73.930278°W / 42.071944; -73.930278 (Saugerties Lighthouse)
Saugerties 1869 lighthouse on the Hudson River, no longer in use; part of the Hudson River Lighthouses TR
155 Saugerties and New York Steamboat Company Warehouses November 9, 2017
(#100001812)
2 Ferry St.
42°04′13″N 73°56′38″W / 42.07015°N 73.94387°W / 42.07015; -73.94387 (Saugerties and New York Steamboat Company Warehouses)
Saugerties Pair of brick structures built in late 1870s are remnant of once-thriving Hudson River transportation industry
156 Augusta Savage House and Studio March 21, 2001
(#01000248)
189 Old Rte. 32
42°06′45″N 73°58′36″W / 42.1125°N 73.976667°W / 42.1125; -73.976667 (Augusta Savage House and Studio)
Saugerties
157 Schoonmaker Stone House and Farm February 21, 1997
(#97000109)
Samsonville Rd., near the junction of NY 76 and Cherrytown Rd.
41°47′46″N 74°18′44″W / 41.796111°N 74.312222°W / 41.796111; -74.312222 (Schoonmaker Stone House and Farm)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
158 Joachim Schoonmaker Farm May 8, 2013
(#13000244)
41 Garden Ln.
41°47′08″N 74°12′48″W / 41.7855272°N 74.2134309°W / 41.7855272; -74.2134309 (Joachim Schoonmaker Farm)
Accord Farm owned by same family since the 18th century; part of Rochester MPS
159 C. K. Schoonmaker Stone House February 21, 1997
(#97000107)
294 Queens Hwy.
41°48′33″N 74°16′13″W / 41.809167°N 74.270278°W / 41.809167; -74.270278 (C. K. Schoonmaker Stone House)
Rochester Well-preserved early-19th-century stone bank house; part of the Rochester MPS
160 Second Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston December 28, 2001
(#01001393)
213-223 Fair St.
41°55′53″N 74°01′05″W / 41.931389°N 74.018056°W / 41.931389; -74.018056 (Second Reformed Dutch Church of Kingston)
Kingston
161 Senate House August 12, 1971
(#71000564)
Northwest side of Clinton Ave. near the junction with N. Front St.
41°56′06″N 74°01′09″W / 41.935°N 74.019167°W / 41.935; -74.019167 (Senate House)
Kingston First meeting place of New York State Senate in 1777. First building in Kingston listed.
162 Shady Brook Farm November 21, 2012
(#12000961)
351 Old Post Road
41°35′38″N 73°58′16″W / 41.5940°N 73.9710°W / 41.5940; -73.9710 (Shady Brook Farm)
Marlboro vicinity
163 Sharp Burial Ground November 15, 2002
(#02001320)
Albany Ave.
41°56′18″N 74°00′11″W / 41.938333°N 74.003056°W / 41.938333; -74.003056 (Sharp Burial Ground)
Kingston Intact second-generation burying ground with some excellent early-19th-century funerary art; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
164 Shuart-Van Orden Stone House November 22, 1995
(#95001335)
41 Allhusen Rd.
41°40′55″N 74°05′51″W / 41.681944°N 74.0975°W / 41.681944; -74.0975 (Shuart-Van Orden Stone House)
Plattekill Built in 1772 and heavily modified since, this is one of the oldest houses in Plattekill
165 George J. Smith House November 15, 2002
(#02001316)
109 Albany Ave.
41°55′58″N 74°00′41″W / 41.932778°N 74.011389°W / 41.932778; -74.011389 (George J. Smith House)
Kingston 1885 Queen Anne house of area congressman; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
166 John Smith House November 15, 2002
(#02001315)
103 Albany Ave.
41°55′58″N 74°00′42″W / 41.932778°N 74.011667°W / 41.932778; -74.011667 (John Smith House)
Kingston Intact 1860s Italianate house; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
167 Snyder Estate Natural Cement Historic District June 9, 1992
(#92000695)
NY 213, 0.5 miles (0.80 km) west of Rosendale
41°50′50″N 74°05′44″W / 41.847222°N 74.095556°W / 41.847222; -74.095556 (Snyder Estate Natural Cement Historic District)
Rosendale 275-acre (111 ha) tract with many plants, mines and other infrastructure used in the production of Rosendale cement, as well as homes of the Snyder family dating to 1809.
168 Spring Glen Synagogue January 15, 1999
(#98001622)
Old US 209
41°39′59″N 74°25′49″W / 41.666389°N 74.430278°W / 41.666389; -74.430278 (Spring Glen Synagogue)
Spring Glen Early-20th-century synagogue built by first wave of Jews settling in the Catskills
169 Stilwell Stone House August 12, 1999
(#99000996)
189 Old Kings Highway
41°48′40″N 74°11′19″W / 41.811111°N 74.188611°W / 41.811111; -74.188611 (Stilwell Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
170 Stilwill-Westbrook Stone House August 12, 1999
(#99000997)
482 Old Kings Highway
41°48′25″N 74°11′43″W / 41.806944°N 74.195278°W / 41.806944; -74.195278 (Stilwill-Westbrook Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
171 Benjamin Ten Broeck House December 7, 2005
(#05001395)
1019 Flatbush Rd.
41°58′36″N 73°58′15″W / 41.976775°N 73.970958°W / 41.976775; -73.970958 (Benjamin Ten Broeck House)
Kingston Tenant house built in three stages from the 1750s to 1770s is only remnant of Ten Broeck estate north of Kingston
172 Jacob Ten Broeck Stone House November 15, 2002
(#02001312)
169 Albany Ave.
41°56′00″N 74°00′34″W / 41.933333°N 74.009444°W / 41.933333; -74.009444 (Jacob Ten Broeck Stone House)
Kingston 1803 stone house expanded and renovated later in the 19th century; part of the Albany Avenue, Kingston, Ulster County, New York MPS
173 Terwilliger House September 26, 1983
(#83001821)
Hoagerburgh Rd.
41°38′59″N 74°12′19″W / 41.649722°N 74.205278°W / 41.649722; -74.205278 (Terwilliger House)
Shawangunk Early-19th-century Federal-style stone house; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
174 Terwilliger-Smith Farm December 31, 2002
(#02001658)
160 Cherrytown Rd.
41°47′45″N 74°19′05″W / 41.795833°N 74.318056°W / 41.795833; -74.318056 (Terwilliger-Smith Farm)
Rochester Rare surviving complete farmstead in county from 19th and early 20th centuries
175 The Locusts December 16, 1996
(#96001440)
160 Plains Rd.
41°43′46″N 74°06′10″W / 41.729444°N 74.102778°W / 41.729444; -74.102778 (The Locusts)
New Paltz 1826 brick farmhouse was first major house in New Paltz area to be built of brick rather than stone, reflecting abandonment of Dutch and Belgian-style stone houses
176 Trapps Mountain Hamlet Historic District November 2, 2000
(#00001275)
Off NY 44/55
41°44′00″N 74°12′51″W / 41.733333°N 74.214167°W / 41.733333; -74.214167 (Trapps Mountain Hamlet Historic District)
Gardiner Remains of abandoned 1797–1940s community on Shawangunk Ridge
177 Trinity Episcopal Church Complex August 6, 1998
(#98001006)
Junction of Church St. and Barclay St.
42°04′04″N 73°56′55″W / 42.067778°N 73.948611°W / 42.067778; -73.948611 (Trinity Episcopal Church Complex)
Saugerties
178 John H. and Sarah Trumbull House February 2, 2018
(#100002083)
80 Marius St.
41°55′27″N 74°01′01″W / 41.92420°N 74.01689°W / 41.92420; -74.01689 (John H. and Sarah Trumbull House)
Kingston Arthur Crooks-designed 1876 Victorian house for socially prominent local couple, later home to avant-garde artist Maryanne Amacher
179 Trumpbour Homestead Farm September 19, 1985
(#85002422)
1789 Old Kings Hwy.
42°08′23″N 73°57′00″W / 42.139722°N 73.95°W / 42.139722; -73.95 (Trumpbour Homestead Farm)
Saugerties
180 Tuthilltown Gristmill June 14, 1982
(#82003409)
Albany Post Rd.
41°41′12″N 74°10′32″W / 41.686667°N 74.175556°W / 41.686667; -74.175556 (Tuthilltown Gristmill)
Gardiner Was oldest continuously operating gristmill in New York State until the early 2000s
181 Ulster Heights Synagogue February 19, 2001
(#01000045)
Ulster Heights Rd and Beaver Dam Rd.
41°46′48″N 74°31′04″W / 41.78°N 74.517778°W / 41.78; -74.517778 (Ulster Heights Synagogue)
Ulster Heights Knesset Israel congregation built 1924 by early Jewish settlers in Catskills; still used on High Holy Days
182 Ulster House Hotel November 21, 2002
(#02001399)
Main St. at Academy Rd.
42°08′00″N 74°28′54″W / 42.133333°N 74.481667°W / 42.133333; -74.481667 (Ulster House Hotel)
Pine Hill 1882 Italianate building is rare surviving wood frame hotel from peak Catskill resort era
183 United States Lace Curtain Mills March 20, 2013
(#13000100)
165 Cornell St.
41°56′05″N 74°00′03″W / 41.934636°N 74.0007657°W / 41.934636; -74.0007657 (United States Lace Curtain Mills)
Kingston
184 US Post Office-Ellenville November 17, 1988
(#88002496)
1 Liberty St.
41°43′03″N 74°23′35″W / 41.7175°N 74.3930°W / 41.7175; -74.3930 (US Post Office-Ellenville)
Ellenville Franklin D. Roosevelt personally approved design after residents complained to him about proposed brick building
185 Benjamin Van Keuren House Ruin November 22, 2000
(#00001424)
Off of Bruyn Turnpike
41°38′39″N 74°18′39″W / 41.644167°N 74.310833°W / 41.644167; -74.310833 (Benjamin Van Keuren House Ruin)
Shawangunk Site of 1745 home of Van Keuren, early settler and Revolutionary War veteran who served four terms as supervisor
186 Tobias Van Steenburgh House December 9, 1999
(#99001493)
93 Wall St.
41°55′37″N 74°00′59″W / 41.926944°N 74.016389°W / 41.926944; -74.016389 (Tobias Van Steenburgh House)
Kingston Stone house built ca. 1700 is one of few in city not burned by British in 1777
187 Van Wagenen Stone House and Farm Complex August 12, 1999
(#99000994)
2732 Lucas Turnpike
41°48′20″N 74°10′56″W / 41.805556°N 74.182222°W / 41.805556; -74.182222 (Van Wagenen Stone House and Farm Complex)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
188 Jacobus Van Wagenen Stone House August 12, 1999
(#99000999)
2659 Lucas Turnpike
41°48′15″N 74°10′39″W / 41.804167°N 74.1775°W / 41.804167; -74.1775 (Jacobus Van Wagenen Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
189 Vernooy–Bevier Stone House and Barns May 4, 2018
(#100002365)
7075 US 209
41°45′33″N 74°21′11″W / 41.7591°N 74.3530°W / 41.7591; -74.3530 (Vernooy–Bevier Stone House and Barns)
Wawarsing Early 18th-century stone house with 19th-century farm buildings
190 Vosburg Turning Mill Complex October 10, 2002
(#02001120)
52 Hutchin Hill Rd.
42°04′13″N 74°13′55″W / 42.070278°N 74.231944°W / 42.070278; -74.231944 (Vosburg Turning Mill Complex)
Woodstock
191 West Strand Historic District June 28, 1974
(#74001314)
West Strand and Broadway
41°55′04″N 73°59′01″W / 41.917778°N 73.983611°W / 41.917778; -73.983611 (West Strand Historic District)
Kingston
192 Dirck Westbrook Stone House August 10, 1995
(#95000949)
18 Old Whitfield Rd.
41°48′22″N 74°13′17″W / 41.806111°N 74.221389°W / 41.806111; -74.221389 (Dirck Westbrook Stone House)
Rochester 1709 stone house now rear wing on early-19th-century Greek Revival front; part of the Rochester MPS
193 Winfield Corners Stone House August 12, 1999
(#99000993)
Winfield Rd.
41°49′20″N 74°11′43″W / 41.822222°N 74.195278°W / 41.822222; -74.195278 (Winfield Corners Stone House)
Rochester part of the Rochester MPS
194 Woodstock Artists Association April 28, 2022
(#100007685)
28 Tinker St.
42°02′27″N 74°07′09″W / 42.0407°N 74.1193°W / 42.0407; -74.1193 (Woodstock Artists Association)
Woodstock
195 Wynkoop House September 7, 1984
(#84003237)
NY 32
42°05′16″N 73°58′29″W / 42.087778°N 73.974722°W / 42.087778; -73.974722 (Wynkoop House)
Saugerties Intact 1730s long Dutch stone house
196 Cornelius Wynkoop Stone House February 23, 1996
(#96000138)
US 209
41°50′51″N 74°08′33″W / 41.8475°N 74.1425°W / 41.8475; -74.1425 (Cornelius Wynkoop Stone House)
Marbletown George Washington was an overnight guest in this 1770s Georgian stone house that has been used as a backdrop in contemporary clothing catalogs.
197 Moses Yeomans House February 20, 2009
(#09000041)
252-278 Delaware Ave.
41°55′41″N 73°58′23″W / 41.928089°N 73.973164°W / 41.928089; -73.973164 (Moses Yeomans House)
Kingston
198 Anthony Yelverton House September 22, 1983
(#83001823)
39 Maple Ave.
41°43′01″N 73°57′05″W / 41.716944°N 73.951389°W / 41.716944; -73.951389 (Anthony Yelverton House)
Highland

Former listing

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Description
1 Van Vleck House September 26, 1983
(#83001822)
December 27, 1993 Bruynswick Road
Gardiner

See also

References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved June 17, 2022.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  5. ^ "K.Whittelsey". Tugboatinformation.com. Retrieved 2019-09-10.

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