Index of Registered Houses in Shawangunk

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Bruynswick School No. 8 November 2, 2000 2146 Bruynswick Rd.
4139′33″N 7413′36″W / 41.659167N 74.226667W / 41.659167; -74.226667 (Bruynswick School No. 8)
Shawangunk Intact 19th-century wooden one-room schoolhouse
J. B. Crowell and Son Brick Mould Mill Complex
01983-06-30June 30, 1983
Lippencott Rd.
4137′25″N 7411′49″W
Intact late-19th-century commercial complex still in use
William Decker House
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
New Prospect Rd.
4138′51″N 7415′49″W
Stone house of early settler of Town of Shawangunk; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Dill Farm
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
Off Goebel Rd.
4138′35″N 7415′45″W
Ca. 1760 family farm with original buildings from early 19th century. Part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Andries DuBois House
01998-08-06August 6, 1998
75 Wallkill Ave.
4136′36″N 7411′13″W
Oldest house in Wallkill; recently restored to original appearance
Thomas Jansen House
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
Jansen Rd.
4139′07″N 7417′32″W
Jansen's original 1727 stone house still stands as kitchen wing of Federal-style stone house his grandson built in 1820s. Part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Johannes Jansen House and Dutch Barn
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
Decker Rd.
4140′01″N 7416′11″W
Stone house and farm of early settler; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Miller's House at Red Mills
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
Red Mills Rd. and Wallkill Ave.
4137′42″N 7416′29″W
part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Pearl Street Schoolhouse
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
Awosting and Decker Rds.
4139′22″N 7416′37″W
Intact 1850 one-room schoolhouse, now used as house; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Reformed Church of Shawangunk Complex
01982-06-03June 3, 1982
Hoagerburgh Rd.
4139′12″N 7412′52″W
Mid-18th-century stone church is oldest building in continuous use by American Dutch Reformed Church congregation
Reformed Dutch Church of New Hurley
01982-11-10November 10, 1982
North of Wallkill on NY 208
4138′16″N 7408′39″W
1820s Greek Revival church replaced one of the first churches built in county
Terwilliger House
01983-09-26September 26, 1983
Hoagerburgh Rd.
4138′59″N 7412′19″W
Early-19th-century Federal-style stone house; part of the Shawangunk Valley MRA
Benjamin Van Keuren House Ruin
02000-11-22November 22, 2000
Off of Bruyn Turnpike
4138′39″N 7418′39″W
Site of 1745 home of Van Keuren, early settler and Revolutionary War veteran who served four terms as supervisor