Homes

Mt. Olivet Baptist Church

Mt. Olivet Baptist Church – Refreshment Stop – Adams St.

Mt. Olivet Baptist Church was organized in 1910, and the congregation built its first building on this site between 1912 and 1915. That building was replaced by a second church, […]

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Greenwood St. 1850

Greenwood St.

Built in 1850, 4 Greenwood Street was originally part of a larger property of what is now 111 Troup St. In 1888, both properties were owned by James M. Backus, […]

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Greenwood Street - circa 1860

Greenwood St.

This charming brick home is a prime example of homes originally built on the once private avenue of Greenwood Street for craftspeople, shopkeepers, and widows of modest means. In 1858, […]

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Troup Street 1850

Troup St.

Two connected townhouses were constructed when land was at a premium, one of which is one today’s tour. To achieve the greatest living space from two small lots, the two […]

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Adams St.

Adams St.

The distinctive Italianate tower, iron cresting, “widow’s walk”, French Mansard slate roof and embellishments of double bracketry under “Yankee guttered” eaves all characterize the style of this well-known Second Empire […]

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South Fitzhugh St.

South Fitzhugh St.

This home’s original owners were Vietnamese and proprietors of a Rochester jewelry store which specialized in handmade custom gold and silver jewelry. They hid dozens of relatives who, in return, […]

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