519 Haverstraw Road, Suffern, NY. ''HISTORY SINGS'' - Own a true piece of American History, completely modernized, in this painstakingly restored circa 1850 Farmhouse Colonial. Sitting on 1.2 acres of specimen plantings, this was the house of John J & Hannah Coe, often rented as a 'summer resort' which included a stay by the famous John Philip Sousa. It was on this very porch the ''The Charlatan March'' was birthed! This 3BR 3500+ SF homestead is a rare treasure, including a 2700 SF two story barn, legal 2BR apartment, the most ornate eaves you’ve ever seen & working well pump! The old world charm reels you inside, but like the 1900 NY Times summer boarding ad read, ''for select people who appreciate first-class table & accommodations.'' In its recent restoration, this was carried on, no expense spared! Chef’s dream kitchen, open dining, glass sun room, two fireplaces, conducive for the most memorable holiday gatherings... Nothing to do other than loading the barn with hay! Mins to NJ, path trains, bus, 45 mins to NYC.
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