15 Schoen Place
This complex consists of five individual structures. The first two structures constructed on the site were the one-story stucco hipped roof office with truck scales and the large two- story flat-roofed bean warehouse located immediately behind. To the west are a one-story wood-frame truck shed and wood-frame steel-sided grain storage building. At the east end of the site is a nineteenth-century two- story wood frame mill moved from Geneseo in 1942. These buildings have an extremely high level of integrity and are an outstanding example of an early twentieth century rural agribusiness complex. Similar structures are rapidly disappearing from communities across New York State, so preservation of these structures through adaptive reuse should be a high priority.
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