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Main Street Historic District (Roxbury, New York)

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Main Street Historic District (Roxbury, New York)

Main Street Historic District
Roxbury Central School and Methodist Church, February 2009
Main Street Historic District (Roxbury, New York)
Location Main St., Roxbury, New York

42°17′22″N 74°33′44″W / 42.28944°N 74.56222°W / 42.28944; -74.56222Coordinates: 42°17′22″N 74°33′44″W / 42.28944°N 74.56222°W / 42.28944; -74.56222

Area 50 acres (20 ha)
Built 1939
Architect Multiple
Architectural style Classical Revival, Greek Revival, Italianate
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 88000111[1]
Added to NRHP February 29, 1988

Main Street Historic District is a national historic district located at Roxbury in Delaware County, New York. The district contains 86 contributing buildings, three contributing sites, three contributing structures, and one contributing object. The southern end of the district is dominated by the Gothic Revival style Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church (1892), the Roxbury Central School (1939), and the Kirkside estate. Located nearby is a Greek Revival style Methodist church erected in 1858. Financier Jay Gould was raised nearby and in the 1890s began an interest in the development of Roxbury.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.[1]


See also


External links

  • History of the Reformed Church of Roxbury, NY
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