The new owner of Clovelea (aka The Dragon Inn) isn’t sure what he wants to do with the property, but a restaurant and/or B&B are among the possible fates.
Work should begin in the coming weeks to clean up the piles of wood and remove the underbrush at the Clovelea (Dragon Inn) property on Route 9W.
A few weeks after the addition collapsed and the village demanded the owner clean it up, we learned Clovelea (aka The Dragon Inn) is once again for sale.
The village building inspector said the property owner needs to clean up the mess, and if he doesn’t, the matter will go to court.
At the request of Saugerties police chief Joseph Sinagra, village officials have ordered Jason Moskowitz to seal his Dragon Inn,
This is in response to a letter by Carol Cochrane in last week’s Saugerties Times pertaining to the Clovelea mansion
Saugerties police chief Joe Sinagra said that he’d asked village officials to take action to address a long-vacant building where
Saugerties Police are investigating the death of a 58-year-old man who was discovered in the basement of the Dragon Inn,
Brooklyn broker Jason Moskowitz has finally filed his deed of ownership for the Dragon Inn with Ulster County, according to
Clovelea awaits restoration as it has for over 20 years. The recent presumed purchaser has made no effort to follow