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Boscobel House and Gardens

Cold Spring, NY

“Who doesn’t want to tour one of the great Federal-style homes overlooking the Hudson?”

"Go visit historic Federal style home and garden, you won't want to regret it!"

Notes from the website:
Built between 1804 and 1808 on a 250-acre river front site in Montrose, New York, Boscobel is considered to be one of the finest examples of Federal-style architecture in New York. Boscobel’s complex history represents several different periods and restoration philosophies. The house is restored to the Federal style of the late 18th and early 19th centuries and is highly regarded for its quality and authenticity. Boscobel contains one of the leading collections of furniture and decorative arts from the Federal period. The furniture, which forms a major component of the Collection, includes pieces by the finest furniture makers of the early 19th century. Today, visitors to Boscobel are encouraged to explore the beautiful gardens and grounds that make up the 60-acre property. Follow the brick path to the fragrant herb garden, continue into the elegant rose garden or out to the front lawn, with its spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley. Be sure to walk out to the Belvedere, an overlook built into the bluff, or to the gazebo along the woodland trail to see the most picturesque views of the Hudson River.