18 Monroe Avenue
This small Federal style temple-front building was constructed in 1819 as an attorney's office. During the first decades of the nineteenth century, Pittsford was the primary government and business center for eastern Monroe County. Buildings of this type, use, and size were common in the more established settlements of Western New York during the period. Over the years, this building has functioned as a doctor's office, library, bakery, nursery school, and a travel agency. In 1965, to save the building from demolition, Historic Pittsford moved it across the street, restored it to its original appearance, and opened it to the public as a museum.
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