This lost historic tavern and house in the Van Cortlandtville area of Cortlandt, New York was built in 1750. It was a popular stop along the New York to Albany stagecoach route. The tavern famously hosted British spy, Major John Andre on Sept. 25, 1780. It has gone by various other names, including Hallman House, Hoogland House, and most famously, Dusenbury Tavern. The house was eventually demolished, but a historical marker show its original location.