55 Monroe Avenue
This ca. 1890, 2-1/2-story, cross-plan Queen Anne “Gomph” house was built as a tenant house for the Isaac Sutherland family farm. Sutherland owned extensive farmlands including an orchard. The Sutherland farm occupied what is now the western portion of the village including the site of Sutherland High School. The house features characteristic decoratively cut clapboard at the gables and an elaborate wrap-around porch with turned posts, spindle frieze, and entry pediment.
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