62 South Main Street
This brick Federal structure is one of Western New York's most important Federal style houses. Augustus Elliot, a distiller and land speculator, built the house in 1810. About 1860, the house was sold to the Hargous family from New York City who used it as a summer country estate. During the nineteenth century, the house included extensive grounds including boxwood gardens. The house remained in private ownership until about 1950 when it was purchased by Saint Louis Church.
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