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This historic house next to Washington Lake in New Windsor, New York was built in 1790. It’s named after James Patton, an early inhabitant of the house who owned a 200-acre farm at this site.

In more recent times, the house has been owned by the City of Newburgh and was used for training police K-9s, but it appears to have been abandoned for several years now.

Know Before You Go..

  • This house is on private property that is owned by the City of Newburgh

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