Located in a residential area of Poughkeepsie, New York, Maple Grove is part of a collection of farm estates which once lined South Road (Route 9). The mansion was built in 1850, and despite being unoccupied since 1955 and enduring a serious fire in 1985, Maple Grove has managed a somewhat miraculous survival. Reconstruction and restoration efforts have begun and an appropriate new use is being sought for this beautiful building.
As you explore this site and learn about the history of Maple Grove, its residents, and its location, we invite you to imagine not only what it was in the past, but what it can be in the future.
Maple Grove is located on the property of the St. Simeon senior housing complex in Poughkeepsie. The entrance to St. Simeon's is at 24 Beechwood Avenue in the City of Poughkeepsie.
If you would like information regarding how to participate in the efforts to preserve Maple Grove, please contact St. Simeon Foundation by phone - (845) 297-4245 - or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The house at Maple Grove is open for visits on the first Wednesday of each month from April to November, from 10 a.m. to noon. The entrance to Maple Grove is at 24 Beechwood Avenue in Poughkeepsie: enter the drive into the St. Simeon Apartment complex and bear right. Call 845-297-4245 for further information. Free admission.
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Maple Grove receives state funding award