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    • 125 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • This house has been preserved and cared for. The curved balustrade posts on the porches are unique and probably original. The two-window outcrop between the eaves is unusual. Lots on this south side of First Avenue in Nyack are narrow, only about...
    • 128 DePew Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • Located uphill from South Franklin Street, the Barner House has undergone many changes: the porch, the windows, the siding, and probably the stoop are replacements. It is an example of Nyack's many mid-nineteenth century working-class residences....
    • 13 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Stone buildings;
    • This quaint, Dutch-style house is probably the oldest dwelling in the Village of Nyack. Time and several landlords have not been kind to the structure, and stucco has destroyed the character of the house.The original walls were made of the local...
    • 132 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This large, stucco dwelling probably was once a frame house. It has a ground level basement and two-and-a-half stories. Were there once two porches? The outlines of larger windows can be seen to the right of the door. This picture is one of many...
    • 137 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • Here's another house on Nyack's First Avenue that has had few alterations. The details on the porch and along the eaves are probably original. The house is presently occupied by the Parent Child Center of Rockland County. The house can be located...
    • 138 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Mansard roofs;
    • This mansard style residence had just been restored when the photograph was taken for the 1984 centennial. The windows in the roof are deeply hooded. The bay window on the second floor and the partly enclosed porch were probably later Victorian era...
    • 220 DePew Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • There's no history of this house. It was probably a frame house before being covered with stucco. The repitition of the upper and lower balustrades suggest that they are original elements.
    • 26 Ackerman Place

    • Houses; Porches;
    • This is one of many pictures taken in 1984 of houses that were in existence in 1884, when Nyack was incorporated as a village. The pictures were displayed at the Hopper House and later donated to the Nyack Library. 26 Ackerman is a small, two story...
    • 30 Orchard Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Bungalows; Porches;
    • This small, neat residence has been altered from the original. It's likely that both porches are additions, but certainly the upper one has a recent design and is probably intended to take advantage of a river view. The gingerbread on the porch...
    • 35 Ackerman Place, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • This residence at 35 Ackerman Place is built into the hillside. The level under the porch was probably the original site of the kitchen and looks to have been extended with cinder blocks. The open front porch is simply trimmed with posts and...
    • 37 Burd Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This modest residence was altered during its first 100 years. The porch - probably open originally - was enclosed and a basement entrance was added. Along the roofline, however, the double brackets have retained their delicate acorn drops.
    • 38 Prospect Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Mansard roofs;
    • Prospect Street has many mansard style houses, which were probably built about the same time in the 1800s. Most have been modernized. On this house, faux brick siding covers up the original clapboards.
    • 44 Catherine Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This stucco-covered house has few remaining 1880 details. The hole in the peak of the roof was probably once an ornate window and over the door is a set of small glass panels that reflect the original style of the residence.
    • 75 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Architecture; Houses;
    • This is one of many pictures taken in 1984 of houses that were in existence in 1884, when Nyack was incorporated as a village. The pictures were displayed at the Hopper House and later donated to the Nyack Library. The two stone chimneys probably...
    • 8 Aldine Park, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Dormers;
    • Of the several houses in the Aldine Park enclave, #8 is unusual. It was probably built as a four-square but has been significantly altered.

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