A major overhaul is planned for the Dyckman Farmhouse in Inwood.
Built around 1784 by William Dyckman, the structure is the oldest remaining farmhouse in Manhattan and currently houses a museum.
On November 10, the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Alliance, a group created to raise funds to preserve the farmhouse, announced the planned renovation project, which will improve accessibility through ADA access to the property and ADA-compliant restrooms.
In addition, the project will install the addition of a ramp from the street onto the property to provide improved access to the park space, according to a press release.
It marks the first major refurbishment for the house since 2003.