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A.J. Hazeltine House

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Built  1905-1907
NRHP Reference #  76001677
Added to NRHP  21 November 1976
Architect  Phillips, Edward A.
Area  4,900 m²
A.J. Hazeltine House
Location  710 Pennsylvania Ave., W., Warren, Pennsylvania
Architectural style  Other, English Jacobean
Address  710 Pennsylvania Ave W, Warren, PA 16365, USA

A. J. Hazeltine House, also known as the Honorable Charles Warren Stone Museum, is a historic home located at Warren, Warren County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1905-1907, and is a three-story, buff brick dwelling in the Jacobean style. It features marble lintels and capstones and wide terraces on two sides of the house. Its builder, A. J. Hazeltine, was a business associate of Congressman Charles Warren Stone (1843-1912). The American Legion occupied the house starting in 1928. It was acquired by the county for the Warren County Historical Society in 1975.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.


A.J. Hazeltine House Wikipedia