25 N. Main Street
This mid-nineteenth-century 2-1/2-story wood frame vernacular house was home to Sam Hutchison, the proprietor of one of Pittsford's late-nineteenth- century canal businesses. Hutchison had the house remodeled and expanded by raising the roof and adding the Queen Anne style staggered saw-cut clapboard filling the gable end. Pittsford has retained a group of houses dating from the 1880's, which share similar gable end detailing and are believed to be the work of a single builder/carpenter. Two additional examples of this local style are located immediately across North Main Street between the Four Corners and the canal.
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