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SUBMITTED by Vicky Daly, Village of Palmyra (7-May-2011)

This large, two-story Italianate house built in the 1870's features a multi-gabled roof surmounted by a large cupola with round arches windows. The front verandah has an Italianate era bracketed cornice and Colonial Revival era Iconic posts resting on a stone balustrade and piers.

1870's two-story Italianate home in Palmyra, New York
A frame carriage barn, c. 1910 (Colonial Revival), is oriented toward Liberty Street. This handsome home is now the site of the Robert L. Yost Funeral Home.

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