Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District

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Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District
Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District is located in New York
Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District
Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District is located in the US
Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District
Location Roughly bounded by Taylor and Howard Aves. including both sides of Rutger Ave. and Steuben Park, Utica, New York
Coordinates 43°5′37″N 75°53′34″W / 43.09361°N 75.89278°W / 43.09361; -75.89278Coordinates: 43°5′37″N 75°53′34″W / 43.09361°N 75.89278°W / 43.09361; -75.89278
Area 25 acres (10 ha)
Architect Alexander Jackson Davis; et al.
Architectural style Late Victorian, Italian Villa
NRHP Reference #

73001230

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Added to NRHP September 19, 1973

Rutger–Steuben Park Historic District is a 25-acre (10 ha) historic district in the city of Utica in Oneida County, New York. The district includes 63 contributing buildings and contains numerous examples of late nineteenth century Italian Villa style residences. A group of five exceptional dwellings are grouped together in a private park, known as Rutger Park, at the center of the district. One of the dwellings on Rutger Park was designed by noted architect Alexander Jackson Davis.[2] The Roscoe Conkling House is located at 3 Rutger Park and it was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1975.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.[1]

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