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SUBMITTED by Christine Daly (12-Jan-2011)

This January, the Preservation Commission of the Village of Palmyra is spotlighting the Gellatly home at 140 Cuyler St. The frame structure, largely Queen Anne in style, was built in 1898 by dry goods store owner Mosher Story. Mr. Story gave the house to his daughter Frances as a wedding gift.

140 Cuyler Street, Palmyra, New York
The two-story home has dormers, multiple bay and oriel windows, a facade-width front porch, and a second story terrace as its key features. There is a large carriage house on the lot, which is contemporary to the home, as well.

Owners Iain and Mary Gellatly have lovingly restored the home. Please take a stroll down Cuyler St. to admire this historic gem.

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