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This Historic Saltbox Home in Warwick Dates Back to the 1700s

Built by one of the earliest settlers to the Hudson Valley, the country abode is only a 10-minute drive to town.

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Location: 212 Bellvale Lakes Rd, Warwick

Description: Dating back to before the Revolutionary War, the historic Horton-Sayer House is an original stone abode in charming Warwick. A true example of early American architecture, it was built by Benjamin Horton, an early settler to the Hudson Valley who served as captain to the colonial troops during the French and Indian War. Horton was a direct descendant of Barnabas Horton, who first arrived in America via the Swallow in 1635 and settled in Southold, Long Island in 1640.

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