Historic Huguenot Street Restoration – Abraham Hasbrouck House

Historic Restoration for the Huguenot Historic Society

Historic Huguenot Street is a 10-acre National Historic Landmark located in New Paltz, New York. The Dutch settlement is comprised of seven 17th-century historic stone house museums, of which Lothrop Associates is the restoration architect for five of the houses. These include: The Jean Hasbrouck House, The Abraham Hasbrouck House, The Elting-LeFevre House, The Bevier-Elting House, and The Freer-Low House. Our collaboration with Historic Huguenot Street has as a common goal: to preserve the unique Hudson Valley settlement that serves to engage audiences in the exploration of America’s multicultural past.