Potter-Steele-Bolger House
20 Monroe Avenue

This multi-level house is one of the villages oldest and architecturally unique buildings. The rear 2-story Federal style portion of the house was built in 1815. The front wing 1-story wing featuring twin porches, double entrances and a ballroom was added several decades after the original house was constructed. The wing exhibits exceptional late-Federal period detailing. For most of its history the house remained in the possession of the Potter/Steele family. Fletcher Steele who grew up and retired here became one of the nation’s most prominent landscape architects during the first half of the twentieth century.
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Potter Steele Bolger

Potter Steele Bolger

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