Early 1700's Dutch pattern brick house steeped in centuries of history situated on the Hudson River waterfront. House is thought to be the oldest residence still standing in the Village of Coxsackie. Before the Revolutionary War, relocated New Englander, William Wells constructed the house on what was known as the Upper Landing. The structure currently has five bedrooms two bathrooms on four-plus manicured acres of spectacular waterfront land. The original structure with vintage architectural details and a mid-twentieth century kitchen and dining room addition. Many original architectural details remain intact. Ancient hand-hewn beams, wide plank floors and hand cast brick testify to the age of this significant structure. Captivating river views. Not only can new owner watch river traffic from this strategically located property but can also dock a yacht along the deep-water shore. Coxsackie is conveniently located 20 minutes to Hudson/Amtrak, Windham skiing and Metro Albany.