25 South Main Street
Constructed in 1830, this 2½-story brick side-gable Federal style house is distinguished by refined proportions, elliptical gable fanlights, four prominent chimneys and a Federal entrance surround with leaded sidelights and transom. This house is one of a group of four very similar Federal houses in the village. For many years, the house was the home of the Newcomb family which operated a funeral business. The rear wing, porte-cochere, and 2-story bay are circa 1900 additions.
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