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|O V E R V I E W|
|Description:||Among New Castle's few surviving early colonial buildings is the elegant brick, early Georgian mansion, the Amstel House. Built in the 1730s by the town's wealthiest landowner, Dr. John Finney, the house is graced with original woodwork, fine architectural details and open hearth.|
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|Address 1:||2 East 4th Street|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||Open Tue-Sat, 11-4 and Sun, 1-4|
|Admission:||Adults $4 for one house, $7 for combination ticket to Amstel and Dutch Houses.
Children Ages 2-12, $1.50 for one house, $2.50 for combination ticket to Amstel and Dutch Houses.
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