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Hartman, William, Farmstead - Dansville, New York
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Szuchie
N 42° 34.554 W 077° 42.645
18T E 277530 N 4717282
Quick Description: Welcome to the William Harman Farmstead in Dansville, New York.
Location: New York, United States
Date Posted: 2/24/2008 12:41:03 PM
Waymark Code: WM382H
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member JimmyEv
Views: 7

Long Description:
According to the NRHP archive: The William Hartman Farmstead is an architecturally and historically significant collection of intact, rural agrarian buildings in the town of North Dansville near the village of Dansville. The farmhouse built ca. 1848-1850 for William and Catherine Driesbach Hartman, is a representative example of vernacular Greek Revival style domestic architecture, and the four contributing support structures-a larg barn, a carriage shed, a chicken house and a small storage barn-are representative examples of nineteenth century farm-related outbuildings. The building complex is complemented by a large expanse of intact farmland, much of which is still cultivated. (The remainder of the once much larger farm was subdivided and developed in several phases during the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth centuries.) Together, the building and cultivated fields recall the rural agrarian heritage of this portion of southern Livingston County.

*Please note that the coordinates for this NRHP are located across the street from this structure. As this is a private residence, we wish to respect the privacy of this homestead. Easy roadside parking will be found at the above coordinates, so pictures from this vantage point will be accepted. No tresspassing, night photography or other activities that would otherwise disturb this residence will be permitted. Thank you for your understanding!
Street address:
9296 NY 63 N
Dansville, NY USA

County / Borough / Parish: Livingston

Year listed: 2000

Historic (Areas of) Significance: Architecture/Engineering, Event

Periods of significance: 1825-1849, 1850-1874, 1875-1899

Historic function: Domestic

Current function: Domestic

Privately owned?: yes

Primary Web Site: [Web Link]

Season start / Season finish: Not listed

Hours of operation: Not listed

Secondary Website 1: Not listed

Secondary Website 2: Not listed

National Historic Landmark Link: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
Please give the date and brief account of your visit. Include any additional observations or information that you may have, particularly about the current condition of the site. Additional photos are highly encouraged, but not mandatory.
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