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City: New York
Description: Isaac Valentine, a prosperous blacksmith from the Yonkers, in 1758, built this two-storey Georgian house out of the native stone on his land, when carriages traveled the nearby Boston Post Road through Bronx that was still mostly farmland. This Georgian farmhouse survived fierce artillery barrages during the Revolutionary War and withstood significant vandalism in the 1960s when it was being transformed into a museum. It stands today as the borough's second oldest house and the last of the farmhouses that once lined the Boston Post Road.


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