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Solomon Bates House

Historical Importance One of oldest homes on Route 5, very unusual unique use of stone as walls and foundation for the age of the house

Type & Style
Post Colonial, New England farmhouse

Year Built
1830’3

Original Owner
Solomon Bates

Notable Features
24 – 30” stone walls, 30 “ thick wall limestone, Greek revival doorway. Limestone is from the Onondaga Escarpment on which it stands. Early flat-arched window openings.


Solomon Bates House


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