A look inside 1511 New Scotland Road in Slingerlands, which has been restored since it was used in the filming of William Kennedy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “Ironweed,” starring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep.
The Dillenbeck House, at 1511 New Scotland Road, was built in 1876 and used for the filming of “Ironweed” in 1986 and ’87. The home is owned by Marc and Eileen Tryon.
One of the oldest items remaining in the Dillenbeck House at 1511 New Scotland Road, is the hall tree — a combination coat rack, umbrella stand, mirror and seat — which is in the main foyer of the house.
The Tryons spent a year renovating the interior of their home after purchasing the house in 1993 from Garrett Dillenbeck.
Town of Bethlehem historian Susan Leath, left, shares some house history with owner Eileen Tryon in the front room.
Home owner Eileen Tryon tried to restore the dining room of the Dillenbeck House at 1511 New Scotland Rd., back to the way it might have looked in 1876 when the house was built.
The family dog, Rudy, looks up the stairway from the first-floor foyer of the “Ironweed House” at 1511 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands.
The front stairway at 1511 New Scotland Rd., in Slingrlands was renovated along with the rest of the interior of the home when it was purchased by Mark and Eileen Tryon in 1993.
Sunlight shines in through the second-floor bedrooms and into the hallway of the Dillenbeck House.
Home owner Eileen Tryon shows off a room on the second floor of her house.
The second floor bathroom at 1511 New Scotland Rd., still has the original bathtub.
Home owner Eileen Tryon points to a circular window on the third floor of her house at 1511 New Scotland Rd., in Slingerlands.
Original stove in cellar area at the Ironweed House 1511 New Scotland Rd., Slingerlands.The house is owned by Eileen and Marc Tryon.
Eileen Tryon and her dog, Rudy, stand outside her home at 1511 New Scotland Rd., in Slingerlands. Built in 1876 for D&H Railroad superintendent Charles D. Hammond, the house was used in the filming of "Ironweed."