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1887 Victorian: Eastlake

61 South Main Street
Alfred, New York

Historic 1887 High Victorian - Village of Alfred

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Single-family residence located on South Main Street in the Village of Alfred Historic District. Large residential lot on Kanakadea Creek. Walking distance to shops, Alfred State and Alfred University campuses.
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Bedrooms 7
Full Baths 2
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 4,893
Stories 3
Acres 1.2
Lot Size Irregular

Features.

  • 1st fl Butler's Pantry
  • 1st fl Dining Room
  • 1st fl Entrance Hall
  • 1st fl Formal Parlor
  • 1st fl Half Bath
  • 1st fl Kitchen
  • 1st fl Parlor
  • 1st fl Porches (3)
  • 1st fl Study
  • 2nd fl Bedrooms (3)
  • 2nd fl Full Bath
  • 2nd fl Laundry
  • 2nd fl Owner's Suite (sitting & bedroom)
  • 3rd fl Bedrooms (3)
  • 3rd fl Full Bath
  • 3rd fl Sitting Room
  • 3rd fl Walk-in Closet
  • 8' pocket doors in Entrance Hall (2 pr)
  • Cherry finish trim and casings (1st fl)
  • Colored-glass doors
  • Full Basement
  • High-efficiencyboilers
  • In-floor radiant heat throughout
  • Large lot crossingKanakadea Creek
  • New slate roof with copper flashings
  • Oak and fir floors
  • Village sewer
  • Village water

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Description / Comments

The historic Burdick-Saunders House was built in 1887 by Phineas Burdick, a powerful
orator and noted Prohibitionist, and later owned by Earl P. Saunders, Secretary-
General of the Conference of the Seventh Day Baptist Church. It is located in the
Alfred Historic District, and is listed on the New York State and National Registers of
Historic Places.

The house is built in the Stick Style, which emphasizes “stickwork” or decorative halftimbering.
Elaborate porches, decorative siding textures and mouldings, steep slate
roofs with overhanging bracketed eaves, all typical of the style, characterize this
house. It is a celebration of wood-frame construction.

Archived in March, 2013

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