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Pelhamdale - The old stone house. Looking north from Iden Avenue..jpg
Pelhamdale - The old stone house. September 2014
Pelhamdale is located in New York
Location 45 Iden Ave., Pelham Manor, New York
Coordinates 40°54′3″N 73°48′55″W / 40.90083°N 73.81528°W / 40.90083; -73.81528Coordinates: 40°54′3″N 73°48′55″W / 40.90083°N 73.81528°W / 40.90083; -73.81528
Area 0.8 acres (0.32 ha)
Built ca. 1750
Governing body Private
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Added to NRHP November 4, 1982

Pelhamdale, also known as The Old Stone House of Philip Pell II, is an historic home located in Pelham Manor, Westchester County, New York. It was built about 1750 as a single story dwelling and expanded after 1823. It is a two story, five bay, stone residence faced in coursed, rock-faced stone ranging in color from muted orange and red, to gray. It has white native sandstone Doric order columns on the front porch, lintels and sills, and a plain brick entabulature. It features two, two story bay windows flanking the main entrance. Philip Pell II was a grandson of Thomas Pell (1608–1669).[2]

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

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