The Chrystie House is a fully restored nineteenth century Federal-style mansion with four acres of historical garden. The House and garden are exceedingly elegant and beautiful, and have strong cultural and spiritual ties with early American history.
The House is within walking distance of Beacon’s Main Street, train station and waterfront, and within reasonable distance of the entire Hudson Valley and Catskills. It provides any traveler, vacationer, or people looking for a tranquil retreat a luxurious and comfortable environment for a memorable stay in the beautiful Hudson Valley.
According to some, William Few is considered by some to be “the most neglected Founding Father”. In 1828 he owned a famous mansion and twelve houses in Manhattan, but chose to die in his country home in today’s Beacon, NY; the only house of his that survives today.
The Chrystie House offers four elegant rooms complete with amenities:
ALBERT CHRYSTIE ROOM
HENRY WINTHROP SARGENT ROOM
CJ SLOCUM ROOM
WILLIAM FEW ROOM