Larom-Welles Cottage

Larom-Welles Cottage
Larom-Welles Cottage, September 2008
Larom-Welles Cottage
Location 110 Park Ave., Saranac Lake, North Elba, New York, U.S.
Coordinates

44°20′2″N 74°7′45″W / 44.33389°N 74.12917°W / 44.33389; -74.12917Coordinates: 44°20′2″N 74°7′45″W / 44.33389°N 74.12917°W / 44.33389; -74.12917

Area 1.2 acres (0.49 ha)
Built 1905
Architectural style Shingle Style
Governing body Private
MPS Saranac Lake MPS
NRHP Reference # 92001478[1]
Added to NRHP November 06, 1992

Larom-Welles Cottage is a historic cure cottage located at Saranac Lake in the town of North Elba, Essex and Franklin County, New York. It was built about 1905 and is a three story wood frame structure in the Shingle Style on a stone foundation and surmounted by a metal jerkin head gable roof. It has a two story wing with a shed roof dormer. It has a two bay verandah and entrance porch with a second story sleeping porch. Also on the second floor is a cure porch. It was originally built for the priest of St. Lukes Episcopal Church, later the home of Dr. Edward Welles, a pioneer in thoracic surgery, who practiced at the Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium. The house has been converted to six units.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.[1]

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