The Oak Hill House

2018

 

The Oak Hill House

The Oak Hill House has survived he passing centuries and awaits your visit. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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was built just after the Revolutionary War, an 18th century Dutch colonial listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated at the intersection of the Catskill and Mill Creeks, it was once owned by Thomas Adams, a close relative of President John Adams. It has retained all of its original details so you will gain a true sense of what life was like in another time yet retain all the modern conveniences. It’s 2800 square feet comfortably accommodates eight people.

 

The Creative Cottage by Steve Gross and Susan Daley.

https://www.amazon.com/Creative-Cottage-Steve-Gross/dp/1423638484

A Quirky Colonial in Oak Hill Becomes a Charming Retreat by Marie Doyan. Photographs by Deborah Degraffenreid.

http://upstatehouse.luminarymedia.com/quirky-colonial-oak-hill-becomes-charming-retreat/