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Grooms Tavern Complex

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Built  ca. 1825
NRHP Reference #  00000094
Added to NRHP  10 February 2000
Architectural style  Greek Revival, Federal
Area  6,100 m²
Grooms Tavern Complex
Location  Sugar Hill Rd. at Grooms Rd., Grooms Corners, New York
Similar  Vischer Ferry Nature an, Kinns Road Park, Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve, North Woods Nature Pr, Adirondack Mountains

Grooms Tavern Complex is a historic tavern located at Grooms Corners in Saratoga County, New York. The complex consists of the tavern, a wagon and blacksmith shop, and a frame privy. The tavern building was built about 1825 and is a 2-story, timber-framed, gable-roofed building in a vernacular Federal style. It consists of a main block with 1 12-story, frame kitchen wing in the rear. When expanded to two stories in the 1840s, a Greek Revival style cornice was added. The building was partially remodeled in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The tavern building was also operated as a general store. The wagon and blacksmith shop was constructed in the 1840s and is a 2-story, rectangular, timber-framed building with a gable roof in the Greek Revival style.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

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Grooms Tavern Complex Wikipedia


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