21 Church Street
Constructed in 1816 by Pittsford’s first doctor, John Ray, this 2½-story side-gable Federal style house is distinguished by refined proportions, cut-stone lintels, elliptical gable fanlights, four prominent chimneys and a Federal entrance surround with sidelights and transom. The Italianate porch, side wing and extended eaves are mid-nineteenth-century alterations. This house is one of a group of four very similar Federal houses in the village.
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