A Revamped 19th-Century Home Overlooking the Hudson River

Perched on a lush lot in Piermont, New York, the Federal-style abode elegantly blends old and new.

Dating back to 1810, Freneau House is the former home to decedents of American Revolutionary War hero Philip Freneau. The four-story dwelling was recently treated to a complete overhaul and now presents a buffet of modern amenities, including a chef's kitchen, central air, and a newly finished top floor with an additional bonus room. Its hilltop positioning offers captivating views of the Hudson River, all while being conveniently located to the bustling village of Downtown Piermont.