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History of the Bevier-Elting House

The Bevier-Elting House can be found on Huguenot Street in New Paltz, New York. Believed to have been built in 1694-1696 by Louis Bevier, this stone house has large windows, a side porch and a long well-sweep. The house is of the "Netherlands Townhouse" design, and some of the original beams are believed to have come from a Dutch Barn. It has been the Elting homestead since the 1740's.

Huguenot Street, a National Historic Landmark, is the oldest street in America with its original houses. The houses were built 1692-1712 and are maintained through the efforts of the Huguenot Historical Society and the Family Associations. Tours are available.

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