This historic house in Coeymans, New York was built circa 1716 by Ariaanje Coeymans (1672-1743). Ariaanje, the daughter of town founder, Barent Coeymans, inherited a portion of her father’s estate upon his death in 1716 and began building what was the most impressive house in the area. Noteworthy for its size and elegance, Ariaanje moved into the house and soon married David Verplanck, but it was an unhappy marriage with Verplanck being 23 years her junior.
Besides Ariaanje historic house, the property also has archaeological remains of mills and outbuildings.
1723 portrait of Ariaanje Coeymans
This two to three-and-a-half story house with a one to two-story wing was the area’s largest and most elegant house in the early 18th century. Constructed of stone and brick, the house was built with a roof of steep single pitch and stepped former. By the late 18th century, the house was altered with a gambrel roof and new front entrance
Know Before You Go..
- This house is a private residence, so please be respectful of the owner’s property and privacy