History & Heritage

Dr. H.E. Emerson House/Hotel Fauchère Annex

Property Details

2 1/2-story eclectic residence of wood frame construction artificially sided. hipped roof with 2-story bay window on left side. Windows flat-topped. Original 1-sotry veranda extends across the façade, featuring attenuated calumniation and a delicate turned wood balustrade. Centered on the roof on the façade is a gable dormer with a round-arched sash, 18/20 lights. Designed by an unidentified Middletown, New York, architect, and built by prominent local contractor Abram D. Brown. The Hotel Fauchère, located immediately south of this house, acquired Dr. Emerson’s home in 1907 and converted it as the hotel annex. Listed individually in 1980 in the National Register. (1902)

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