This 1929 Dutch Colonial Revival has the gambrel end facing the street. Note the wide bay window and entry portico with pediment and columns. Inside are hardwood ﬂoors, a brick ﬁreplace, and updated marble baths.
The seat of the former Bixby Ranch, this architect-designed Shingle Style mansion retains its unusual balustraded gambrel roof and leaded-glass windows. Inside: rich original paneling, beamed ceilings, carved built-ins, period lighting.
Built on Boot Hill in 1927, the Dutch Colonial Revival Burr Mansion also has a gambrel ell. Inside this B&B inn, ﬁnd period millwork, hardwood ﬂoors, French doors, a Batchelder tile-style ﬁreplace, and an original phone niche.
Built 1903, this stone Dutch Colonial has a balustraded porch, grand entry foyer with unpainted woodwork, overmantel ﬁreplaces, two bay windows with interior shutters, and period-sympathetic kitchen and baths.
Moved to prevent demolition, the 1795 Wood Farmhouse needs all new systems. Intact details include period Federal mouldings and wainscoting, a Chippendale staircase, “cross and Bible doors,” and four ﬁreplaces. It’s on a 16-acre parcel.