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"Perhaps The Oldest In Rochester"

Campbell–Whittlesey House was built by a New York-based businessman named Benjamin Campbell in 1836, making it one of the oldest and historic buildings to be still standing in Rochester. The house was designed by renowned architect Minard Lafever, drawing references from Greek Revival-style architecture, featuring red brick walls, tall pillars, a triangular-shaped roof and parallelly-positioned chimneys. Today the house functions as a house museum offering tours around the property.
133 South Fitzhugh Street, Rochester, NY, United States, 14608
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"Perhaps The Oldest In Rochester"
Campbell–Whittlesey House was built by a New York-based businessman named Benjamin Campbell in 1836, making it one of the oldest and historic buildings to be still standing in Rochester. The house was designed by renowned architect Minard Lafever, drawing references from Greek Revival-style architecture, featuring red brick walls, tall pillars, a triangular-shaped roof and parallelly-positioned chimneys. Today the house functions as a house museum offering tours around the property.
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