The homestead of the William Bull and Sarah Wells family, some of the earliest settlers in Orange County, will be open for tours as part of the ILoveNY Path Through History event. The house and the New World Dutch barn, also on the property for touring, are on the National Register of Historic Places. The 300 year old stone house was built by William Bull a renowned stone mason of the time. Bull is also credited with building Knox's Headquarters in New Windsor as well as several other historic stone homes. Please come spend an afternoon on the serene property and view the incredible features and artifacts in this colonial home. The House, Barn and grounds will be open from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Suggested Donation: $2.00 children, $3.00 adults & $8.00 families. There are walking paths through the woods leading to the historic Hamptonburgh cemetery where many Bull family members are buried.