The Walter Brewster House 3 Oak St, Brewster, NY10509 The Walter Brewster House was built around 1850 for the Borden family, the owners of the Borden Milk…More Factory. Walter Brewster purchased the house, along with 134 acres of farmland, in what later became the Village of Brewster. The house was eventually converted into apartments, then was the home of the Knights of Columbus and then served as a middle school. After undergoing massive renovations, the Walter Brewster House is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open for tours. The facility can also be rented for special events.
Frank's Upholstery 450 N Main St, Brewster, NY10509 Frank Vida opened this little shop nearly 25 years ago. And it's still a popular local choice for furniture upholstery,…More featuring a large selection of fabrics. Located in a brick shopping strip towards the north end of town, Frank's Upholstery will also make house calls. Hours vary, so be sure to call ahead first.
One Small House is a registered charity made up of volunteers who travel to a Mexican community south of Tijuana to…More build homes.</p>
<p>Each year they complete a simple 16' x 20' house and latrine for family in need, according to the organization.</p>
<p>All skill levels are welcome and needed.</p>