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Emma Flower Taylor Mansion

241 Clinton St., Watertown, NY, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 43° 58' 21.480096", -75° 55' 2.435304"
  National Register of Historic Places
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places

Emma Flower Taylor Mansion was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on October 10, 2002.
StoppingPoints.com Editorial on Emma Flower Taylor Mansion:
The Emma Flower Taylor Mansion in Watertown is an historic house that was built in 1896 to 1897 and is a solid two-and-a-half story mansion constructed of Medina sandstone which was hand cut on site. The building's groundplan covers about 5,600 sq. ft, not including the veranda and porte cochere. It is Victorian done in Queen Anne style with characteristic witches-hat tower, projecting bays, dormer windows, and a many-gabled roof. It was originally built by New York's Governor Roswell Pettibone Flower as a wedding present for his daughter.

Last updated: 12/6/2010 19:08:32
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