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Titanic: Original plans for Grand View home up for sale went down when ocean liner sank

The R.M.S Titanic struck an iceberg on the evening of April 14, 1912. By the early morning hours of the next day, the ship had sunk.

Margaret Welles Swift, of the Swift Meat Packing Company family, survived, although the blueprints for her new home, to be built on a 13-acre property with Hudson River views in Grand View-on-Hudson, went down with the ship.

Overledge, a home in Grand View, has had an interesting roster of owners, from a Titanic survivor to the drummer for Santana. (Photo: Andrea B. Swenson)

Duplicate prints were eventually found and Swift’s home was completed in 1916.

Known as Overledge, it’s on the market for $1,795,000.

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