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Bed-and-breakfast retains pre-Revolution style and charm

The English Garden Bed & Breakfast,  at 205 Union St. in the Stockade district of Schenectady, was built sometime around 1765 by John Sanders.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The English Garden Bed & Breakfast, at 205 Union St. in the Stockade district of Schenectady, was built sometime around 1765 by John Sanders.
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Nearly everyone seems to enjoy their stay at the English Garden Bed & Breakfast in the Stockade section of Schenectady, and if owner Virginia Bohn’s Canadian visitors leave feeling especially satisfied, there’s a very good reason. The house at 205 Union St., built sometime during the decade just before the American Revolution, was home and operating headquarters for Alexander Ellice and his four brothers, fur traders who had emigrated from Scotland in 1765. Loyalists to ...


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