George W. Hallock House

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George W. Hallock House
Hallock House Oct 09.JPG
George W. Hallock House, October 2009
George W. Hallock House is located in New York
George W. Hallock House
Location 16 W. William St., Bath, New York
Coordinates 42°20′15″N 77°19′14″W / 42.33750°N 77.32056°W / 42.33750; -77.32056Coordinates: 42°20′15″N 77°19′14″W / 42.33750°N 77.32056°W / 42.33750; -77.32056
Area less than one acre
Built 1847
Architectural style Greek Revival, Colonial Revival
Governing body Private
MPS Bath Village MRA
NRHP Reference # 04001052[1]
Added to NRHP September 24, 2004

George W. Hallock House, also known as The Pillars, is a historic home located at Bath in Steuben County, New York. It was built about 1847 in the Greek Revival style. Later additions and remodeling in the early 20th century added Colonial Revival elements. Built for prominent local resident and banker George W. Hallock, it was also home to his father-in-law Congressman William Spring Hubbell (1801–1873). It currently serves as home to Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty (SCAP), who acquired the property in 1996.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.[1]

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