Hudson Riverfront home, the Vreeman House, one of Piermont's earliest homes, built 37 years after the Revolutionary War. Circa 1820 Greek Revival style with its own, private, deck/dock on the water and a short walk to Piermont's restaurants, shops and NYC transportation. This 4 bedroom, 3 and one-half home is a diamond in the rough but is move-in ready. Features exceptional architectural details, including "crested" moldings above the main doorways on living room level, and other ornate, period style moldings, original 4 panel doors, wide board floors throughout, 11ft ceilings, period stairwells, and much, much, more. It offers a pretty brick patio facing the Hudson, and large village yard. We estimate this home had 4 square columns in the front that were 2 stories high with a porch on the second level; ground level was open w/periodfront door with sidelight -centered. This style seen more in southern states (see rendering in document folder). The Vreeman House is a rare find anywhere, but a great find in the village of Piermont. Note the riverfront land across the street is on a separate .03 acre tax lot.