This eye-catching, Victorian Eclectic mansion was built of native materials for industrialist George P York, circa 1876. The brick constructed home was carefully and respectfully restored by Col. David R. Correll during his retirement.The home exhibits elegant proportions, superior wood craftsmanship, fine hardware, artful floors, grand doorways, generous hallways and a sweeping curved staircase. A stone terrace is tucked just beyond the dining room's exterior door. The two acre setting features many flowering trees and ornamental beds. An old railbed runs along the western property line and that path offers direct access to Chautauqua Creek gorge.The structure is well insulated and the original windows have custom thermopane glass. Electric and plumbing meets current standard. The full basement is graced by curved brick arches and has both inside and outside access.The full attic was used as a carpentry shop and is equipped with a pulley system to lift materials from ground level Two curved driveways serve the property and a porte cochere offers protection from the elements.The property also contains a two story, wood sided carriage house and a brick utility shed.
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