Upstate NY weekend home stunningly renovated from former ore foundry – Curbed

Exterior of brick house in winter with a gently pitched roof and black stairs and terrace.

Nick Glimenakis

The Clover Hill Foundry is a house with history. Originally built in the late 19th century, the interconnected brick buildings in Somers, New York, were first used as the hub for an ore mining operation. Later in the 1940s, three artists bought the dilapidated buildings, renovating them into standalone homes for their families.

Source: Upstate NY weekend home stunningly renovated from former ore foundry – Curbed