I.U.Tripp & Co. Antiques & Collectibles

 

I. U. Tripp & Co. has antiques and collectibles in this 1888 Victorian general store at 7892 State Route 81 in Oak Hill, New York.  We have been featured in several publications including Country Living Gardener, Country Almanac, Early Homes, and Upstate Homes.

 

For holiday gifts we have local books such as Historic Places in Greene County, Oak Hill:  Voices from an American Hamlet, and Time Wearing Out Memory.  We are members of the Durham New York Chamber of Commerce.  To see their website click here http://durhamnychamberofcommerce.com/

In the winter, visit us on weekends 12-4, or by chance during the week. Call us at             518-239-8217       to see if we will be open when you want to come. Leave a message and we’ll call you back.

Oak Hill is in northern Greene County, New York on the Catskill Creek. It is eight miles west of Greenville on State Route 81, the Main Street of Oak Hill. To find us on Mapquest click here: Map The Tripp store and homestead property was the first of ten sites in Oak Hill to be listed on the State and National registers of Historic Places. It is also on the Greene County Historic Register and is a designated historic landmark of the Town of Durham. Many of our visitors come just to admire the building and we are delighted to have them. If you just like historic buildings, come and hear the tourguide spiel.
  • China, flatware, glassware
  • Garden tools, planters, lawn sprinklers, watering cans
  • Primitive benches, tool carriers, furniture
  • Fabrics and vintage clothes
  • Books, post cards, old photos
  • Paintings, prints, framed needlework
  • Pillows, quilts, linens
  • Kitchen collectibles
  • Advertising, packages, signs
  • Oil lamps, ironstone, tinware
The shop is run by Mary Lou and Nick Nahas. She is the visionary who selects inventory and arranges displays. To contact her, click here: email Mary Lou . He is the webmaster responsible for all the glitches on this site. You wouldn’t want to contact him.

We have store cats and barn cats. They are not for sale.

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