Designed in 1839 by architect Thornton M. Niven, it sits on one of the most scenic stretches in a town noted for 19th century architectural greats.
It isn't too early to start making plans to visit seasonally bedecked historic houses to gain some design inspiration for your holiday season.
The collecting institutions of Newburgh have banded together to bring the rich history of their community to life via a new collaboration with Urban Archive.
The Hudson Valley is a picturesque place, not only for its natural beauty but for the architectural treasures tucked into the hamlets and towns scattered on both sides of the river.
Barbershops hold a particular place in community life, a common space where connections are forged and experiences shared. A recent project sought to capture the importance of those spaces in the life of the city.
Newburgh, an architectural wonder of a town along the Hudson River, celebrates the season in style with their annual house tour.
If you are looking for a house with a smattering of quirky history across the centuries, this early 19th century house offers everything from Thomas Edison as a house guest to murals by a contemporary artist.
Join Dwellstead at their June 30th workshop in Newburgh where they will help you realize your vision of renovating a historic and distressed building and turning it into a beautiful and affordable green home.
Newburgh, perched on a scenic spot along the western banks of the Hudson River, is a must see for 19th century architecture buffs.
Despite its architectural significance, the early 19th century Dutch Reformed Church has been vacant and deteriorating for decades as the community and preservationists have struggled to come up with a plan to save the masterwork.