Hurley NY Stone Houses
Hurley NY is known for stone houses, and is home to 10 of the oldest stone houses in the United States. These home are an important part of the history of the area and for that reason Main Street in Hurley NY is on the National Historic Landmark Registry
It is no wonder there is a tour of some of Hurley's stone houses each year, an event that goes on in rain or sunshine.
Stone house tour information
The event will be held this year on July 13th
Time: 10:00 A.M. -4:00 P.M.
Adults $20,00 or $35.00 for 2
Students and Seniors $15
Children 5-12 $2.00
Children under 5 free
Hurley NY Stone Houses on the tour
Matys Ten Eyck - Buit in the 1700's, was home to a Hurley Landowner.
Dr. Richard Ten Eyck- Built in 1786 and was a wedding present for his wife.
Elmendorf House- Built 1783. This is now home to The Hurley Heritage Society Museum.
The Van Etten - Built 1685 and is the Oldest Stone House in Hurley.
Jonathan Crispell-Built 1725, sold in 1836 and became a parsonage.
The Jan Van Deusen House- Built 1744.
The Patentee Manor a 2 story Georgian House
So plan to attend the Hurley NY stone house tour and other associated town events that day.
Originally posted by Jennifer Fivelsdal at Hurley NY Stone Tour July 13th