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The Preferred Manor, New Berlin NY
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Note:  This item is out of stock and has been retired.

(It may still be available from the retailers listed in the ‘notes’ section below)


This product is an exquisitely detailed  miniature of the Preferred Manor as it looks today (but it also has not changed in a long time).  Note the detail of the shrubs, trees and features of the architecture.


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The Preferred Manor

45 South Main Street

New Berlin NY 13411


The Preferred Manor, also known as the Horace O. Moss house, one of only two stone houses in the village, is a magnificent 19th century American home which was built in 1831.  The 1800's kitchen and servants quarters are still in use.  The Manor was a stop on the Underground Railroad.  The Preferred Mutual Insurance Company purchased the Manor in 1946.  On May 17, 1974, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.  Although the home has been modernized with plumbing, central heating and other modern conveniences, the original architecture and basic construction remain largely as it was.  The Manor is now used as a guest house for overnight visitors to the New Berlin area.   The Manor contains five guest rooms




The size of this figure is 6-1/2” wide, 4-1/2” high and 3/4” thick.  It weighs 9 ounces.


Note: this figure is also available at the Chenango County Historical Society Museum, 45 Rexford St, Norwich NY 13815.



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The Preferred Manor as it looks today.


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The front of the actual figure.

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The back of the actual figure.

Copyright 2014-2023 by Thomas N DeForest -- Last updated 08/07/23 03:08:36 PM