Moses Van Campen House

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Moses Van Campen House
Moses Van Campen House 2012-09-29 21-58-48.jpg
Moses Van Campen House, September 2012
Moses Van Campen House is located in New York
Moses Van Campen House
Location 4690 Birdsall Rd., Angelica, New York
Coordinates 42°18′7″N 77°59′55″W / 42.30194°N 77.99861°W / 42.30194; -77.99861Coordinates: 42°18′7″N 77°59′55″W / 42.30194°N 77.99861°W / 42.30194; -77.99861
Area 47 acres (19 ha)
Built ca. 1809
Architect Van Campen, Moses
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 04000287[1]
Added to NRHP April 16, 2004

Moses Van Campen House is a historic home located at Angelica in Allegany County, New York. It is a 2 12-story, L-shaped brick and frame house with a 2-story addition. It was built around 1809 by Moses Van Campen (1757–1849) and is on a 47-acre (190,000 m2) property. Van Campen was a Revolutionary War veteran, Indian fighter, and surveyor. He served as judge and justice of peace, and as Allegany county treasurer. It is acknowledged as the first brick structure in the area and one of the earliest extant structures along this road. The road was laid out in 1810 by Van Campen as the original Bath-Olean Turnpike.[2]

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

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