Tripp House and Store Complex

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Tripp House and Store Complex
Tripp House R and Store L Durham NY.jpg
Tripp store (left) and house (right) in 2013
Tripp House and Store Complex is located in New York
Tripp House and Store Complex
Location NY 81, Durham, New York
Coordinates 42°24′44″N 74°9′20″W / 42.41222°N 74.15556°W / 42.41222; -74.15556Coordinates: 42°24′44″N 74°9′20″W / 42.41222°N 74.15556°W / 42.41222; -74.15556
Area less than one acre
Built 1830
Architectural style Federal, Queen Anne
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 01000240[1]
Added to NRHP March 12, 2001

Tripp House and Store Complex is a historic home and general store complex located at Durham in Greene County, New York. The complex includes the Tripp House (c. 1830), the Original Tripp Store (c. 1830) and 1888 Tripp Store, a barn (c. 1830), Outhouse (c. 1870), and two outbuildings / sheds (c. 1890). The house is a 2-story, five by two-bay, central hall, single pile plan brick dwelling. It sits on a stone foundation and is surmounted by a steep gable roof. The 1888 Tripp Store is a four- by eight-bay, 2 12-story wood frame commercial / residential structure. It features a 2-story Victorian-era porch. It incorporates the Original Tripp Store, a 2-story timber frame building, as a rear storage section.[2]

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

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