Fidler-Wyckoff House Park

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Wyckoff House Museum

Location: 5816 Clarendon Road at Ralph Avenue
Phone: (718) 629-5400
Description: Once a stone's throw from salt marshes and clam beds, the Wyckoff House Museum is probably the oldest home in New York City. The house, built around 1652, became the City's first landmark in 1965. The life of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff is an American success story. In 1637, he arrived in America, an illiterate indentured servant. He eventually became a magistrate, successful farmer, and the wealthiest citizen of New Amersfoot, which later became the town of Flatlands. Wyckoff's descendants lived in the house until 1901. The Wyckoff House Foundation bought back the house in 1961 and donated it to the City in 1969.

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