15 South Main Street
This circa 1830 2˝-story Federal style commercial building is enhanced by an unusual triangular gable-relief and a recessed arched arcade at the main level. About 1860 the roof eaves were extended and the lower cornice of the original pediment was removed. The storefront windows are early twentieth century alterations. For many years this building contained one of the village’s six taverns which was known as the "Hole in the Wall."
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