Dutchess Manor for Sale

Dutchess Manor, formerly a stately home, in 2007 (Photo by Daniel Case)

Catering hall on market for $2.99M

Dutchess Manor, the catering hall built as a home in 1889 and owned since the 1940s by the Coris family, is on the market for the first time in 70 years.

The complex, located on a 7-acre parcel on Route 9D between Cold Spring and Beacon, is being offered for $2.99 million by Gate House Realty of Beacon. Its central building was constructed by Frank Timoney, an Irish immigrant who grew wealthy operating three brickyards at Dennings Point.

George Coris, a furrier from New York City, bought the property at a tax sale in 1944, according to the Beacon Historical Society, and operated it as a hotel, restaurant and bar from 1948 until the early 1970s.

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