This gracious restored country home of Revolutionary War Commander General Phillip Schuyler was built in 1777 using soldier masons, carpenters, and possibly British prisoners. This is the third home to be built on this 25 acre estate; the first house was destroyed in 1745 during a French-Indian raid. The second burned by order of retreating British General Burgoyne who feared the Americans would use it as a cover. The house is Administered and maintained by the National Park Service. Open for tours Wednesday to Sunday mid June to Labor Day. Free!
Located in the Saratoga National Historic Park
Route 4 (Broad Street), Schuylerville (Map J-5)