The McVickar House at 131 Main Street in Irvington, New York, is a wooden frame house built in 1853 in the Greek Revival style with Picturesque decorative touches added later. It was built by John McVickar, an Episcopalian minister who moved to the area to be close to his friend Washington Irving and establish a school, which later became the nearby Church of St. Barnabas. His son, the church's first pastor, lived in the house. It is the second oldest house on the village's Main Street. Today, after extensive restoration, it is home to the Irvington Historical Society. In 2004 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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