Sharon Springs Historic District

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Sharon Springs Historic District
Lower Bath House and White Sulphur Temple Nov 08.jpg
Lower Bath House and White Sulphur Temple, November 2008
Sharon Springs Historic District is located in New York
Sharon Springs Historic District
Location Jct. of NY 10 and US 20, Sharon Springs, New York
Coordinates 42°47′32″N 74°36′56″W / 42.79222°N 74.61556°W / 42.79222; -74.61556Coordinates: 42°47′32″N 74°36′56″W / 42.79222°N 74.61556°W / 42.79222; -74.61556
Area 374 acres (151 ha)
Architectural style Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 94000541[1]
Added to NRHP June 3, 1994

Sharon Springs Historic District is a national historic district located at Sharon Springs in Schoharie County, New York. The district includes 167 contributing buildings and nine contributing structures. It encompasses all of what remains of the historic mineral water spa, including commercial, institutional, and residential properties associated with its resort function during the period, ca. 1825-1941. The focus of the district is a group of mineral springs that together constitute the world famous spa for which the village was named. Notable buildings include the Magnesia Temple (1863), Chalybeate Temple (1920s), Lower Bath House (ca. 1876), Inhalation Bath House (ca. 1884), Imperial Bath House (1927), Adler Hotel (1928), and Roseboro Hotel (ca. 1905). Also located in the district is the separately listed American Hotel.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.[1]

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