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Jackson–Perkins House

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NRHP Reference #  06000567
Added to NRHP  14 July 2006
Area  1 ha
Jackson–Perkins House
Location  310 High St., Newark, New York
Architectural style  Tudor Revival architecture

The Jackson–Perkins House is a historic home located at Newark in Wayne County, New York. It is a Tudor Revival style residence purchased in 1864, rebuilt in 1889, and remodeled to its current form in 1921–1922. It was once the home of the Jackson and Perkins families, who once operated a large rose growing facility nearby known as Jackson & Perkins Company. On the 2.66-acre (10,800 m2) property are elements of the original landscape design including the entrance drive, access path, formal fountain in a garden setting, greenhouse foundation, and many mature trees and shrubs.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006 and is currently a bed and breakfast.


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