Bush-Lyon Homestead

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Bush-Lyon Homestead
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Bush-Lyon Homestead, November 2012
Bush-Lyon Homestead is located in New York
Bush-Lyon Homestead
Location John Lyon Park, King St., Port Chester, New York
Coordinates 41°0′48″N 73°40′3″W / 41.01333°N 73.66750°W / 41.01333; -73.66750Coordinates: 41°0′48″N 73°40′3″W / 41.01333°N 73.66750°W / 41.01333; -73.66750
Area less than one acre
Built 1720
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference #

82003412

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Added to NRHP April 22, 1982

Bush-Lyon Homestead is a historic home located at Port Chester, Westchester County, New York. The earliest part was built about 1720. It is a 1 12-story, five-by-two-bay, frame residence faced in shingles and clapboards. It has a center stone chimney. The rear kitchen wing and 1-story north wing were added about 1800 and the house given its saltbox configuration. In the mid-19th century, the present porch was added with its Doric order piers and a 1-story, gable-roofed wing added. Also on the property are a carriage house, former slave quarters, and a storage building / corn crib. The property was purchased by the village in 1925 from the Bush estate.[2] It served as headquarters for General Israel Putnam, 1777–1778.[3]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.[1]

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