Crocheron House

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Crocheron House

Jacob Crocheron, a Staten Island native and Manhattan merchant, built this house c.1819 to serve as his retirement residence. Details of its exterior and interior structure show the influence of the Federal-period architecture of the lower Hudson Valley. It was relocated to Historic Richmond Town from Greenridge.

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Coordinates: 40°34′19.7″N 74°08′41″W / 40.572139°N 74.14472°W / 40.572139; -74.14472