52-54 South Main Street
One of Pittsford's most important historical examples of architectural quality. Of the Federal Period, it was built in 1810 by Augustus elliot of bricks from the Elihu doud brickyard in Lusk's Hollow. Interior wood trim brought from Albany. Note the "Troy Gable" and the handsome door. A large home for its time and place, it is now the Saint Louis Church Manse.
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