Ten Broeck Mansion
Ten Broeck Masion's gardens are maintained by Master Gardeners from the Cornell Cooperative Extension.
The beautiful free standing staircase extends from the first floor to the third. It includes a coffin niche to allow the movement of coffins without damage to the walls.
The wine cellar is purported to be the oldest working wine cellar in the country. When it was rediscovered in 1977 it was said to contain "the most important cache of rare wines discovered in America".
This view of the south side of the mansion shows the 1850 addition (of butler's pantry and bathrooms) and the original 1798 structure.