250-acre property - Earth.com

That someone was Jacobus Dyckman, William’s son. He wanted to assume control of the farmhouse. And he got his wish in the end, settling on there in 1793. Back then, though, the estate was much bigger. It spanned 250 acres of land and was made up of more than one property. Photo Credit: YouTube/RC-3P0

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