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St. Paul's Lutheran Church (Oak Hill, New York)

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Built  1834
NRHP Reference #  05000682
Area  2 ha
Architectural style  Gothic Revival, Gothic
Opened  1834
Added to NRHP  6 July 2005
St. Paul's Lutheran Church (Oak Hill, New York)
Location  464 Main St., Oak Hill, New York
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St. Paul's Lutheran Church, originally St. Paul's Episcopal Church, is a historic Lutheran church at 464 Main Street in Oak Hill, Greene County, New York. The original section was built in 1843 and is a heavy timber frame rectangular structure, three bays wide by four bays deep, in a conventional meeting house style. In 1883, a light frame chancel addition was completed and it features a steeply pitched gable roof.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.


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