Stepping Back in Time with a Pictorial visit to the Wyndclyffe Mansion in Rhinebeck

 

 

 

c 2015, Wyndclyffe on Mill Road in Rhinebeck

Many New Yorkers have been stepping out of the city during this time of COVID, in search of space ~ more than six-feet of space. Today, we’re taking a leap back in time to 1853, when Elizabeth Schermerhorn Jones (1810-1876), a New York Socialite, built a weekend and summer residence in a small town named Rhinebeck, directly across the Hudson River from the currently popular, Kingston. Below, our pictorial visit to what’s left of Rhinecliff (now known as Wyndclyffe).

Scroll down to read a 2023 update on the approval of a stabilization project for this beloved site, and the announcement of Soho House restoration and reuse of the Grasmere Estate, also on Mill Road.

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