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EagleTroup St.

Eagle/Troup Sts.

This impressive home, built in 1880 in the Eastlake style from the Victorian era, was purchased by its current owner in 1970. The home had been split into many apartments […]

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Troup Street - 1889 - Main

Troup St.

This brownstone and cedar shake home was built in 1889 by John Harry Stedman. Mr. Stedman was the inventor of the “fuzzy pipe cleaner” and the railway transfer. He is […]

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Greig Street 1986 - Main

Greig St.

In 2006, when the current owner saw this property, he knew he had found his home. He was first attracted by the location and exterior details such as genuine wood […]

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End Time Deliverance Miracle Ministry

End Time Deliverance Miracle Ministry – Gathering Place

The red Medina sandstone outer walls of this church are what remains of the Richardsonian Romanesque-style exterior of Corn Hill Methodist Episcopal Church, built in 1900. Due to declining membership, […]

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Shaw House -Sarkis Home

Shaw House/Sarkis Home – Atkinson St.

The Henry Shaw House was built by a wealthy fur trader in 1837. Some of the many changes included addition of a carriage house, an in-ground pool, and a process […]

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Ianazzi Home

Ianazzi Home – Adams St.

This small brick cottage stands today as the result of a change in community development policy from that of demolition to conservation. It originally served the servants of some of […]

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