Franklin Village Historic District

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Franklin Village Historic District
Houses at Franklin NY Mar 09.jpg
Houses at Franklin NY, March 2009
Franklin Village Historic District is located in New York
Franklin Village Historic District
Franklin Village Historic District is located in the US
Franklin Village Historic District
Location Wakeman and Institute Aves., Main, Center, Maple, Water, 2nd, 3rd, and West Sts., Franklin, New York
Coordinates 42°20′24″N 75°9′58″W / 42.34000°N 75.16611°W / 42.34000; -75.16611Coordinates: 42°20′24″N 75°9′58″W / 42.34000°N 75.16611°W / 42.34000; -75.16611
Area 189 acres (76 ha)
Built 1820
Architect Upjohn, Richard, & Richard M.
Architectural style Greek Revival, Italianate, Federal
NRHP Reference # 84002220[1]
Added to NRHP September 7, 1984

Franklin Village Historic District is a national historic district located at Franklin in Delaware County, New York. The district contains 242 contributing buildings, four contributing sites, and one contributing object. The majority of the buildings are residential, with three churches, 12 commercial buildings, one industrial structure, five institutional and/or public buildings, four historic cemeteries, and one monument. One of the churches is a board and batten structure reportedly designed by Richard Upjohn and his son Richard M. Upjohn in 1865. Located within the district is the separately listed New Stone Hall.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.[1]

House on Main Street in historic Franklin, NY

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