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  • Description: gingerbread
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    • Airdrie Cottage, Cottenet Street, Irvington, NY

    • Houses; Fences; Lawns
    • Airdrie Cottage, named by its second owner, Robert G. Abercromby for his Scottish birthplace, is located on North Cottenet Street. Abercromby was President and Founder of Irvington National Bank. The first resident of the cottage was Reverend...
    • 33 3rd Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Porches; Mailboxes;
    • This photograph is of a two-level home with a gabled roof, front porch, and a small addition on the right side of the home. The front door is made of wood with long glass panes and displays the house number, '33'. There is a mailbox mounted to the...
    • Nyack Hospital 1910

    • Hospitals;
    • The front entrance of the Nyack Hospital has a red and white awning over it, as do some of the windows. The three story building is mainly brown brick. On the right, in the background, is a small green and white house with gingerbread trim.
    • Storms Family in Front of House in Nyack

    • Houses; Families; Bicycles & tricycles;
    • A man, three women, and four children pose in front of a house which has interesting gingerbread trim. They have been identified as the William T. B. Storms' family at their home about 1887.
    • West House, Haverstraw, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This large brick house, identified as one of the West Houses in Haverstraw, NY, is elaborately decorated with gingerbread trim, barge boards, railings, and shutters. A widow's walk surrounds the central chimney, above the fourth floor. A alrge elm...
    • Gingerbread House at 38 Glen Byron

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This lovely house has the ultimate in gingerbread decoration. At the front an elegant bargeboard encloses a large balcony. Other balconies are on the sides. The wide front verandah has both upper and lower balustrades with wide spindles. Brackets...
    • 12 Shadyside Avenue, Upper Grand View, NY

    • Houses
    • Houses perched on hillsides have unique levels. Here the driveway leads to the rear of the top floor and walkways and stairs lead the visitor to other levels. Lacy details set off the gingerbread and the balustrades.
    • 41 Second Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This Nyack house is old enough to appear on the 1884 Burleigh map, "Nyack on the Hudson." The gingerbread under the eaves and the cut arrows under the porch may be genuine, but the stick railing could be fairly new. It's difficult to evaluate the...
    • A Siegriest Home, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • This simple dwelling with an open porch and a trio of upstairs windows has ornate gingerbread supporting the porch pillars. It is one of many pictures of the Siegriest family, who lived in Nyack and in Central Nyack.
    • 188 Main Street

    • Buildings;
    • In 1984, the third floor of this building was an addition but the first story brackets with panels and the gingerbread porch were original elements of the house. Many businesses have occupied the ground floor but the most memorable was The Kayak of...
    • Gilson-Will House, Grand View, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This house on River Road (Piermont Avenue) in Grand View faces the Hudson River squarely. It's large but modest, showing restraint in the use of gingerbread, bargeboards, and decorated balustrades. Lightning rods adorn the roofline. Is the man on...
    • 251 River Road, Grand View, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This lovely residence on River Road in Grand View has splendid gingerbread on the second story and a marvelous porch and stairway.
    • House with unusual gingerbread, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This house has a small porch dripping with gingerbread and a circular window in the front dormer, with a small balcony beneath. It is a particularly stunning example of the Victorian architecture found throughout the villages of South Nyack and...
    • 149 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Bay windows;
    • The west side and rear of 149 First Avenue are presented here. The wide front porch wraps around to the side, where it meets a two-story complex of bay windows. This house has marvelous gingerbread, roof brackets, and porch railings.
    • 8 Rockland Place, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Bay windows;
    • New 1980s construction, built to fit into the neighborhood. Like many Nyack residences, it has a porch, bay windows, and some gingerbread.

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