The Real Deal New York

The 11 oldest buildings in New York

April 08, 2017 12:00PM

New York has a reputation for bulldozing its history. Still, there are some hidden gems remain that predate the nation itself. Here are a few of 11 oldest buildings in the city via Curbed.

11. Conference House Park

Year built: 1680
Neighborhood:
Address: 7455 Hylan Blvd

10. Britton Cottage

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1670
Neighborhood: Richmond, Staten Island
Address: 441 Clarke Ave

9. Billiou-Stillwell-Perine House

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1662
Neighborhood: Richmond, Staten Island
Address: 1476 Richmond Rd

8. Queens County Farm Museum

Year built: 1697
Neighborhood: Floral Park, Queens
Address: 7350 Little Neck Pkwy

7. Friends Meeting House

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1694
Neighborhood: 137-16 Northern Blvd
Address: Flushing, Queens

6. John Bowne House

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1661
Neighborhood: 37-1 Bowne St
Address: Flushing, Queens

5. The Lent-Riker-Smith Homestead

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1654
Neighborhood: 78-03 19th Rd
Address: East Elmhurst, Queens

4. Old Stone House

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1699 (rebuilt)
Neighborhood: 336 3rd Street
Address: Park Slope, Brooklyn

3. Hendrick I. Lott House

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1720
Neighborhood: 1940 E 36th St
Address: Marine Park, Brooklyn

2. Jan Martense Schenck House

Via Wikipedia

Year built: 1675
Neighborhood: Mill Basin, Brooklyn
Address: 200 Eastern Pkwy

1. Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum


Year built: 1652
Neighborhood: Canarsie, Brooklyn
Address: 5816 Clarendon Rd

Read about these properties over at Curbed.Christopher Cameron