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Village of Pleasantville “treasure” gets another chance.  After many years of neglect, this Victorian gem in Pleasantville , New York, was restored and revived to become an award-winning professional office space.  Located on the edge of downtown Pleasantville, it is now home to a variety of professionals and small business owners.

Charles H. Henkels, a Manhattan architect with a background in historic renovations, has overseen the restoration.  He is finalizing its listing on the National Registry of Historic Places, as well as obtaining its LEED certification as a “green” building.  “Among the structures’ most striking features is the Queen Anne octagonal turret on the second floor.” He also described the 80 foot front porch with its elaborate woodwork as one of the most eye-catching he has seen.

It has truly been a community project that has involved the cooperation and support of Village Government and The Friends of Marmaduke, a non-profit organization founded with the mission to oversee the preservation of the Marmaduke House façade.  An important contribution to the restoration of the porch was the donation of the porch flooring by Tendura, Inc. Tendura, of Troy, Alabama, specializes in a recycled wood product for this type of use.

415 Bedford Road
Pleasantville, NY

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