Schuyler House, in Schuylerville, New York, is a part of Saratoga National Historical Park. The current structure was built in November, 1777, immediately after the retreating British forces burned the then country home of General Philip Schuyler. The surrender of the British army took place not very far from this spot.
I continue to mostly use the EOS 5Ds R body and EF 24-70mm f/4L lens with a monopod. I'm also still processing single files. Here are some images of Schuyler House. You can read more about the site at https://www.nps.gov/sara/planyourvisit/schuyler-house.htm.
The house borders on Fish Creek, which was a dividing line between British and American forces prior to the surrender. Across Route 32 from the house there is a view of the creek showing an old wooden water pipe, still in use, bringing water from the dammed creek down to a hydroelectric plant.