Covert-Brodie-Pollack House - Greece, NY (Monroe County)
Posted by: sagefemme
N 43° 13.805 W 077° 44.010
18T E 278024 N 4789993
Quick Description: 978 North Greece Road, just south of Mill Road, Greece, NY 14626
Location: New York, United States
Date Posted: 1/12/2012 6:27:49 AM
Waymark Code: WMDG5G
Built in 1832, when the Federal style was more typical, this cobblestone farmhouse was built in the vernacular Greek Revival style. The main block is one and one-half stories and four bays wide, two bays deep, with a one story cobblestone wing that seems to have been part of the original construction. The stones are 2 1/2 to 3 inches and of various colors; there are four rows per smooth finished, white-washed quoin. The foundation is of houghly hewn fieldstone.
The Greek Revival style is demonstrated in the deeply molded entablature pierced by eyebrow windows (with decorative, cast-iron grilles) below a gabled roof, and exaggerated cornice returns. The windows are finished in smooth limestone lintels and silles, and the entrance is an off-center entrance with molded trim and 3/4 sidelights sheltered by a small, classically inspired portico with pediment and supported by square Doric order columns.
City, Town, Village Name: Greece
Building Usage: Domestic: single dwelling
Architectural style: Greek Revival
Public or Private: Private
Tours Available?: no
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