Hubbell Family Farm and Kelly's Corners Cemetery

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Hubbell Family Farm and Kelly's Corners Cemetery
Hubbell Family Farm and Kelly's Corners Cemetery is located in New York
Hubbell Family Farm and Kelly's Corners Cemetery
Location NY 30, Kelly's Corners, New York
Coordinates 42°11′25″N 74°35′40″W / 42.19028°N 74.59444°W / 42.19028; -74.59444Coordinates: 42°11′25″N 74°35′40″W / 42.19028°N 74.59444°W / 42.19028; -74.59444
Area 276 acres (112 ha)
Architect multiple
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 01000892[1]
Added to NRHP August 17, 2001

Hubbell Family Farm and Kelly's Corners Cemetery is a historic farm complex, cemetery, and national historic district located at Kelly's Corners in Delaware County, New York. The district contains 19 contributing buildings, two contributing sites, and four contributing structures. It includes the Hubbell family farmhouses (1925 and 1894–1895), poultry house (1890s), chicken house (1920s), woodworking shop (1930s), Keene residence, blacksmith shop (1880s), playhouse (mid-1930s), garage (1900), wagon house, "Cornell approved" business outhouse (c. 1910), privy (ca. 1850s), laundry / wood house (ca. 1900), carriage house (ca. 1860-1870), Milow Hubbell residence (pre 1848), office / maschine shop / hardware store (1884–2001), lumber and cement storage and scales (pre-1900), dairy barn (1858) with silo and milk house, root cellar and tool shed, saw mill / cider mill (1850s-1860s), former ice house (now sap house), and powder magazine. The cemetery includes about 150 burials that date back to 1875.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.[1]

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