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National Register of Historic Places, "Wayside Chapel", a Flemish Revival design circa 1867-1869 was built as a chapel, of brownstone and features a steeply pitched slate roof. The baronial parlor has a soaring 17 foot volume ceiling and is approximately 23 x 15 feet. It has a 6-foot wide wood burning fireplace, massive exposed chestnut "X" trusses and four tall leaded glass French doors opening to an enclosed riverside solarium. The staircase leads to a delightful minstrel gallery. The staircase leads to a delightful minstrel gallery. The formal dining room has a lovely leaded glass window. Modern kitchen. Most windows have been replaced with Marvin windows. Ample master bedroom & en-suite bath on the main level (could be a den) opens to a rear gallery overlooking the Hudson River & sandy beach. Upstairs are a guest room, a study which could double as a bedroom featuring an arched entry corridor and another full bath. Hardwood floors. Note: Sale is conditioned upon court approval.