This historic house in the Rockland County town of Congers, New York was built in 1747 by Johannes Snedeker, a captain in the colonial militia during the Revolutionary War. During the war, Johannes and his son, Garret were both captured by the British. Johannes would die in a British prison, but his son was later released in exchange. Garret went on to expand the homestead in 1793.
Know Before You Go..
- This house is a private residence, so please be respectful of the owner’s property and privacy