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Title
Boathouse, Joseph Crocker Sibley - Celia Sibley Wilson House
Exterior
Work Type
boathouses
Date
Ca. 1904-05; 1925; later alterations
Location
3712 US 9
Valcour, Clinton, New York, United States
Description
One of the most elaborate summer houses along the shores of Lake Champlain during the early 20th century. A decorous boathouse that also accommodated guests and an equally embellished stable remain from the first building campaign. After a fire destroyed the original main house, an accomplished Colonial Revival new house took advantage of the lake views with two tiers of porches, bracketed by stone walls.
Source
Contributor: Richard W Longstreth
Information: Richard Longstreth, A Guide to Architecture in the Adirondacks (Keeseville, NY: Adirondacks Architectural Heritage, 2017) Section 7: Ausable River Valley VA3
Photographer: Richard W. Longstreth
Rights
Richard W. Longstreth
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RWL_18 - Sect 7, Valcour Conference Center_DSC_0254.jpg
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21022582

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