This historic house and tavern in Stone Ridge, New York was first built and occupied by Johannes Tack during the mid 1700’s. The house later functioned as a tavern and inn and during the Revolutionary War, it served as a temporary court after the Burning of Kingston in 1777. Five years later, General George Washington’s officers are said to have been quartered and entertained here during Washington’s visit.
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This house is a private residence, so please be respectful of the owner’s property and privacy