The Coachmen’s House was another of the buildings built about 1800-1802 by John Jay. Originally the coachmen lived above the stable in the near end of the upper floor, with the remainder of the top floor used as a hayloft. The ground floor was originally open, with bays for carriage horses. The stone ends contained storage rooms for tack.
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