This historic Hudson Valley house was built in 1872 in High Victorian Gothic Reviva styles for Ossining, New York’s industrialist, H.J. Baker. Baker brought in specially trained workers from England to construct the house using concrete, resulting in the house being nicknamed the “Mud House.” In the years since, it has been the home of Sing Sing Prison’s chief physician, a sanitarium, and a restaurant. Today, it is once again privately owned.
Know Before You Go..
This house is a private residence, so please be respectful of the owner’s property and privacy