National Register of Historic Places listings in Dutchess County, New York
List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Dutchess County, New York
This is intended to be a complete list of the 244 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Dutchess 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 Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates". There are eight properties and districts which are further designated National Historic Landmarks in the county.
Listed on the National Register
Poughkeepsie including New Hamburg
Rhinebeck including Rhinecliff
Listings county-wide, other than Poughkeepsie and Rhinebeck
|Albany (Albany) – Allegany – Bronx – Broome – Cattaraugus – Cayuga – Chautauqua – Chemung – Chenango – Clinton – Columbia – Cortland – Delaware – Dutchess – Erie (Buffalo) – Essex – Franklin – Fulton – Genesee – Greene – Hamilton – Herkimer – Jefferson – Kings – Lewis – Livingston – Madison – Monroe (Rochester) – Montgomery – Nassau – New York (Below 14th Street, 14th to 59th Streets, 59th to 110th Streets, Above 110th Street, Islands) – Niagara – Oneida – Onondaga (Syracuse) – Ontario – Orange – Orleans – Oswego – Otsego – Putnam – Queens – Rensselaer – Richmond – Rockland – Saratoga – Schenectady – Schoharie – Schuyler – Seneca – St. Lawrence – Steuben – Suffolk – Sullivan – Tioga – Tompkins – Ulster – Warren – Washington – Wayne – Westchester (Northern, Southern, New Rochelle, Peekskill, Yonkers) – Wyoming – Yates|
In the rest of Dutchess County, there are 115 properties and districts listed on the National Register. These are:
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Akin Free Library||
|97 Quaker Hill Rd.
||Pawling||Eclectic Victorian building at rural crossroads housing natural history museum and library|
|2||Bain Commercial Building||
|59-61 W. Main St.
||Wappingers Falls||1875 residence and store is unusual intact 19th-century commercial building on east side of Wappinger Creek in the former hamlet of Channingville.|
|3||Bangall Post Office||
|105 Hunns Lake Rd.
||Bangall||Original 19th century post office and general store still in use as center of small rural hamlet.|
|4||Bannerman's Island Arsenal||
|Pollepel Island, off NY 9-D
||Fishkill||Home and warehouse of a military surplus dealer; currently owned by state but with severely restricted public access|
|5||Bard Infant School and St. James Chapel||
|East Market St.
||Hyde Park||Greek Revival school built in 1832; Gothic Revival chapel added in 1856.|
|6||Oliver Barrett House||
||Millerton||1853 farmhouse extensively altered in late Victorian era for Coleman Station postmaster|
|7||Beacon Engine Company No. 1 Firehouse||
|57 E. Main St.
|8||Beekman Meeting House and Friends' Cemetery||
||LaGrangeville||Ruins of 1809 Quaker meeting house, one of only two in county to become Orthodox meetings after 1828 schism|
||Hyde Park||One of only two remaining Dutch stone houses in Hyde Park. Until recently used as a Japanese restaurant but now unoccupied.|
|10||Beth David Synagogue||
|E. Main St.
||Amenia||1929 synagogue built by small local community of Russian Jewish emigrants is only one listed on east side of Hudson north of New York City|
|11||Bloomvale Historic District||
|Jct. of NY 82, Co. Rd. 13 and E. Branch Wappingers Cr., Pleasant Valley and Washington Townships
||Salt Point||18th-century mill community that remained productive through early 20th century|
|16 Tompkins Ave.
||Beacon||Well-preserved home of early landowner and descendants|
|13||Madam Catharyna Brett Homestead||
|50 Van Nydeck Ave.
||Beacon||1709 home of early settler in area is oldest home in county. Later used by Continental Army|
|21 Bykenhulle Rd.
||Hopewell Junction||Well-preserved 1841 Dutch farmhouse built by Peter Adriance; renamed by later owners and now a bed and breakfast|
|15||Dr. Cornelius Nase Campbell House||
|6031 NY 82
|16||Cornelius Carman House||
|River Rd. S.
||Chelsea||1835 Greek Revival house|
|17||Chelsea Grammar School||
||Chelsea||Intact 1875 brick one-room schoolhouse used today as post office and auxiliary church building|
|18||Ezra Clark House||
||Millerton||Intact 1780 brick farmhouse is second-oldest in Coleman Station|
|19||Clinton Corners Friends Church||
|Salt Point Tnpk./Main St.
|20||Coleman Station Historic District||
|Coleman Station, Indian Lake, Regan and Sheffield Hill Rds.
||Millerton||Almost three square miles of rural community with buildings and lands largely intact from the 19th century. Several farms and houses separately listed.|
|21||Capt. Moses W. Collyer House||
|River Rd. S
||Chelsea||1899 home of former riverboat captain who later coauthored Sloops of the Hudson definitive history of sailing-ship commerce on Hudson.|
|22||Creek Meeting House and Friends' Cemetery||
|Salt Point Tnpk./Main St.
|23||Crum Elbow Meeting House and Cemetery||
|Coleman Station Rd.
||Millerton||1773 farmhouse is oldest house in Coleman Station Historic District|
|25||Watts De Peyster Fireman's Hall||
|86 Broadway at Pine St.
||Tivoli||1898 gift to village from John Watts De Peyster now used as village hall|
|26||Peter C. DuBois House||
|36 Slocum Rd.
||Beacon||One of the last significant Greek Revival home to be built in the Hudson Valley. Later expanded and used as part of a sanitarium.|
|27||Dutchess Company Superintendent's House||
|120 Market St.
||Wappingers Falls||Company-owned 1848 home of foreman of local printing company, village's major employer in 19th century|
|400 Breakneck Rd.
||Fishkill||1889 home of Francis Timoney, Irish immigrant who grew wealthy making brick, including that used to build the house, from local clay. Today a popular local banquet hall and restaurant.|
|43-45 N. Broadway
||Red Hook||1750s house is oldest building in Red Hook; now a community center|
|12 Monell Pl.
||Beacon||1867 Frederick Clarke Withers design is a rare Victorian Gothic cottage done in brick|
|31||Fishkill Supply Depot Site||
||Fishkill||Area around Van Wyck Homestead still has potential to yield much information in archeological digs|
|32||Fishkill Village District||
|Roughly along NY 52 from Cary St. to Hopewell St.
||Fishkill||Many well-preserved 19th century homes and commercial buildings in the center of the village|
|33||Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School||
|23 Haviland Rd.
|34||Graham-Brush Log House||
|39 N. Broadway
||Red Hook||Intact 1925 Silk City diner; has been in two other locations. A Red Hook institution and first diner in state listed on Register.|
|N of Red Hook on W. Kerley Corners Rd.
||Red Hook||Built in the 18th century; noted for its distinct decorative architectural features.|
|37||John Hendricks House and Dutch Barn||
|Old Post Rd.
||Staatsburg||Intact 1785 stone house probably used as inn for Albany Post Road travelers. Barn redone in Picturesque mode by William Dinsmore.|
|Sheffield Hill Rd. NW of jct. with Sharon Station Rd.
||Millerton||1903 retirement estate of industrialist Thomas Hidden is most architecturally distinctive house in Coleman Station|
|39||Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site||
|2 mi (3.2 km). S of Hyde Park on U.S. 9
||Hyde Park||Springwood estate, Roosevelt's home in childhood and much of his adult life|
|40||Joseph Horton House||
|NY 376, New Hackensack Rd.
|41||Howard Mansion and Carriage House||
|477 Main St.
||Beacon||Early Richard Morris Hunt building using Norwegian elements; now a cultural center|
|43||Hudson River Heritage Historic District||
|East side Hudson River between Germantown and Staatsburg
||Staatsburg, Rhinebeck and Red Hook, also Columbia County||30-mile (48 km) strip along east bank of Hudson preserving much architecture and land use from feudalistic colonial era. Largest historic district on U.S. mainland.|
|44||Hyde Park Elementary School||
|Post Rd. N of jct. with Fuller Ln.
||Hyde Park||1940 fieldstone building designed in close consultation with Franklin D. Roosevelt|
|45||Hyde Park Firehouse||
|Post Rd. S of jct. with Market St.
|46||Hyde Park Railroad Station||
||Hyde Park||1914 station was where Roosevelt received King George VI and Queen Elizabeth; today a rail museum.|
|47||Indian Rock Schoolhouse||
||Amenia||1850 one-room schoolhouse is only one of 12 in town surviving intact|
|48||John Kane House||
|126 E. Main St.
||Pawling||Home of 1766 Anti-Rent War leader William Prendergast and, later, Kane; confiscated after the latter became a Loyalist in 1777 and used by Washington as headquarters the next year. Today a local museum|
|49||LaGrange District Schoolhouse||
|2 Dr. Fink Rd.
||Freedom Plains||One-room schoolhouse built in 1860s remained in use through 1940s|
|50||Langdon Estate Gatehouse||
|US 9, N of jct. with Market St.
|51||Lower Main Street Historic District||
|142-192 & 131-221 Main St.
||Beacon||Well-preserved commercial buildings at core of early settlement in area|
||Washington||1871 Italianate farmhouse|
|53||Main Street-Albertson Street-Park Place Historic District||
|Roughly, Main St. between Park Pl. and US 9, Park between Main and Albertson St. and Albertson adjacent to Park
||Hyde Park||19th-century core of Hyde Park, with many intact vernacular buildings|
|54||Main Street Historic District||
|Main St., North, South Center St. and John St.; Dutchess Ave., Park Ave., South Maple Ave and Elm Ave.
||Millerton||Historic core of country town|
|75 W. Market St.
|57||Hendrick Martin House||
|65 Willowbrook Ln.
|N of Pine Plains on Mt. Ross Rd.
||Annandale-on-Hudson||Only remaining estate house from early 19th century largely intact. Shows growing influence of French styles.|
|60||Mt. Beacon Fire Observation Tower||
|South Beacon Mountain summit
|61||Mount Beacon Incline Railway||
|Howland Ave. and Wolcott St.
||Beacon/Fishkill||Site of popular 20th-century attraction offering view of the Hudson Highlands and surrounding area.|
|N of Beacon off I-84
||Fishkill||Headquarters of Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben during Revolution|
|14-16 Market St.
||Wappingers Falls||1815 house used by workers at Dutchess Co; destroyed in an explosion 1994|
|64||Lewis Mumford House||
|187 Leedsville Rd.
||Amenia||Home of famous sociologist Lewis Mumford for over half a century|
|65||National Biscuit Company Carton Making and Printing Plant||
|3 Beekman St.
||Beacon||Now Dia:Beacon. Largely intact factory recently turned into art museum for large modern installations|
|Brown Rd. at US 44
||Pleasant Valley||1770 house of local farmer and landowner shows some Dutch influences; remains mostly intact|
|67||Nine Partners Meeting House and Cemetery||
||Millbrook||1780 built brick meeting house replaced a log meeting house built on the same location in 1745. Still used occasionally for Society of Friends Meetings|
|68||Oblong Friends Meetinghouse||
|Meetinghouse Rd. on Quaker Hill
||Pawling||1764-built meetinghouse was home to first American Quaker group to refuse services or financial assistance from slaveowners, in 1767. Later used as hospital by Continental Army|
|69||Oswego Meeting House and Friends' Cemetery||
|Oswego Rd. at jct. with Smith Rd.
|70||Parker Training Academy Dutch Barn||
|527 Turkey Hill Rd.
|983 Hunns Lake Road
|74||Quaker Lane Farms||
|11 Ruskey Ln.
|75||Reformed Dutch Church of Fishkill Landing||
|44-50 Ferry St.
||Beacon||1859 church designed by Frederick Clarke Withers is one of his rare uses of Victorian Gothic for a religious building. Today known as Reformed Church of Beacon.|
|76||Reformed Dutch Church, Parsonage and Lecture Hall||
|US 9 N of jct. with Market St.
||Hyde Park||1826 Federal-style church of congregation in existence since 1789|
|77||Archibald Rogers Estate||
|Jct. of Mansion and Garden Sts.
|S of Barrytown between Hudson River and River Rd.
|79||Roosevelt Point Cottage and Boathouse||
|River Point Rd. at the Hudson R.
||Hyde Park||1860 Carpenter Gothic cottage; boathouse where John Roosevelt kept his championship ice yachts|
|80||Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site||
||Hyde Park||Val-Kill, cottage of Eleanor Roosevelt|
|81||Isaac Roosevelt House||
|Riverview Cir., E side
||Hyde Park||1832 main house of Rosedale, estate of FDR's grandfather, shows mix of late Federal and Italianate elements.|
|82||George Rymph House||
|US 9 S of jct. with S. Cross Rd.
|83||St. Luke's Episcopal Church Complex||
|Wolcott Ave. & Rector St.
||Beacon||Frederick Clarke Withers considered this 1869 church to be one of his best works; epitomizes Ecclesiological theories about Episcopalian church architecture.|
|84||Saint Mark's Episcopal Church||
|85||St. Margaret's Home||
|7260 South Broadway
|86||St. Paul's (Zion's) Evangelical Lutheran Church||
|57 S Broadway
||Red Hook||1890 church is very sophisticated Romanesque Revival design for small town|
|87||St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Parsonage and Cemetery||
|88||St. Thomas' Episcopal Church||
|Leedsville Rd., N side, W of NY 41
||Amenia Union||1851 Richard Upjohn church in English rural Gothic Revival style|
|89||Second Baptist Church of Dover||
|29 Mill St.
|90||Smithfield Presbyterian Church||
|656 Smithfield Valley Rd.
||Amenia vicinity||1847 Greek Revival church complex was center of small rural settlement. Burials in cemetery date to the 1730s.|
|91||Stony Kill Farm||
|W of Fishkill on NY 9D
||Fishkill||Farm owned by early landowners the Verplanck family still in use as state environmental education center|
|451 Beekman Rd.
||East Fishkill||Wooden Dutch Colonial house built in 1759 and expanded since; residents have include some of county's prominent families.|
|93||William Stoutenburgh House||
|U.S. 9G, East Park
|94||Sylvan Lake Rock Shelter||
|NY 22 and Cemetery Rd.
||Dover Plains||Unusually detailed 1810 Federal-style house of prominent families in area. Later used as Dover Plains library; home to town historical society|
|96||Taconic State Parkway||
|Linear north-south across central county
||East Fishkill, LaGrange, Pleasant Valley, Stanford, Milan||Scenic divided highway planned by Franklin D. Roosevelt for state park access. Built between the 1920s and early 1960s, epitomizing peak period of parkway design.|
|97||Thorne Memorial School||
|Jct. of Maple and Franklin Aves.
||Millbrook||Beaux-Arts school built and donated to community by wealthy resident in 1895 remained in use as high school until 1962|
||Beacon||One of the last remaining bowstring truss bridges in the U.S. Roadway has been dismantled due to structural deterioration, but could be rebuilt in future|
|99||Elias Titus House||
|170 Titusville Rd.
||Red Oaks Mill|
|24 Potters Bend Rd.
||Hyde Park||Designed by FDR as a possible post-presidential residence, this was one of the first fully disabled-accessible buildings in the U.S. and the first one anywhere in the world designed by a disabled person.|
|101||Benjamin C. Tousey House||
|Jct. of Salt Point Tpk. and Schultzville Rd.
|102||John H. Traver Farm||
|103||Trinity Methodist Church||
|8 Mattie Cooper Square
|104||US Post Office-Beacon||
|369 Main St.
||Beacon||First of several fieldstone post offices built in county during Depression in native Dutch Colonial Revival style championed by Roosevelt. One of Gilbert Stanley Underwood's few buildings in the eastern U.S.|
|105||US Post Office-Hyde Park||
|E. Market St. and US 9
||Hyde Park||Modeled after demolished 1772 John Bard House, the personal choice of Hyde Park native Franklin D. Roosevelt.|
|106||US Post Office-Wappingers Falls||
|2 South Ave.
||Wappingers Falls||Now Wappingers Falls Village Hall. Another post office design overseen by Roosevelt. Today used as village hall|
|107||Van Wyck-Wharton House||
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|S of Fishkill on U.S. 9
||Fishkill||Key supply depot during Revolution|
|108||Vanderbilt Lane Historic District||
|Jct. of Vanderbilt Ln. and US 9
||Hyde Park||Intact 19th-century farm buildings that served Langond and Vanderbilt estate across road. One of only two intact estate farm complexes in the Hudson Valley.|
|109||Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site||
|N edge of Hyde Park, U.S. 9
||Hyde Park||1898 mansion by McKim, Mead & White for Frederick William Vanderbilt; considered one of their finest residential works.|
|23 W. Market St.
||Hyde Park||1896 Colonial Revival home built by Frederick Vanderbilt for his secretary|
|111||Wappingers Falls Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by South Ave., Elm, Main, Park, Walker, Market, and McKinley Sts.
||Wappingers Falls||Core of 19th-century industrial village, with many original buildings|
|112||Warren Masonic Lodge #32||
|1144 Centre Rd.
|113||Wheeler Hill Historic District||
|Wheeler Hill Rd.
|114||Thomas N. Wheeler Farm||
|Indian Lake Rd.
||Millerton||1800 farmhouse in Coleman Station|
|116||Hendrik Winegar House||
|Southeast of Amenia on SR 2 off NY 343
||Amenia||1761 house was one of few remnants of original German settlement of Amenia; seems to have been demolished since listing|
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- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 11, 2014.
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