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This Queen Anne Victorian house was built by Nelson G. Hawley around 1880 as a “row house” and consists of two separate residences (21-23 Eagle Street) which look like one. […]
Franklin Whittlesey was a real estate speculator who built and then lived in this home in the Whittlesey land tract. The address was first Clay Street, then Tremont Street. […]
This brick and stone home, with quoins, stone blocks at the corners, is one of just four Rochester structures built in the style of a late 19th century high Victorian […]
The land records indicate a smaller house on this lot in the 1830s, with an addition by Thomas Thorn in the late 1840s. Patrick Brennan, a tailor, lived here from […]
The neighborhood’s second rejuvenation took place in the 1980s. Many old homes near the river were in such disrepair that they could not be salvaged and demolished. Mark IV […]
The French Second Empire home, built by Charles Hart for his daughter Harriet Hart Wiltsie in 1837. The mansard roof was added in 1876. This style roof was considered very […]