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The Carvey–Gatfield House is a stone house along Angola Road in Cornwall.
It was built in the first decade of the 19th century in the Federal style.
The mountains, fresh air and evergreen forests were thought to offer the perfect conditions for good health and they were not far from the city.
Later, as Cornwall became a popular summer resort for visitors from New York City, it was expanded and renovated for use as a boardinghouse as well.
In 1996 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Hiking, rowing, swimming, fishing, hunting and biking all contributed to the development in the area of summer camps as well as the notion of the summer vacation. Archer Clark built the Italianate building to house his butcher shop around 1875, after an 1870 fire destroyed his earlier quarters.
It would continue in existence in that building for a century.
Cornwall on the west side of the Hudson became especially popular as a health retreat, offering numerous boarding houses and many conveniences of the day, including accessibility to the railroad and steamboats, as well as a telegraph office and large library.