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John I. Miller (also known by his Dutch names as Johannes Jeremiah Muller) was Judge of the court of Common Pleas in Hudson 1807-1839 and Judge of Appellate Division 1815-1839. In 1817, after his first wife died, Judge Miller married his deceased wife's sister. His new wife insisted that he build this grand home, begun 1818, in keeping with his stature as an up-and-coming politician (confirmed when he became a New York State senator from the Middle District 1820-22). The stylish Federal home consisted of an elegant center hall and two main rooms on each floor with smaller rooms in the back. The current parlor/library (see bottom right photo above) was the most extensively decorated room. The house was expanded with a back wing (see top left photo above) was Judge Miller's grand-daughter Jane married wealthy Augustus Goodwin of Hartford in 1863. This addition presently houses the sunny dining room, (see bottom left photo), generous kitchen, and guest rooms on the second floor. A wonderful open porch provides outdoor living space. This elegant country property is only minutes from Hudson and all this great little city has to offer… $795,000

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602 Route 23B,    PO Box 360,   Claverack,   New York  12513     •     518-851-2277