| Late Victorian|
20 February 1998
| 1331 Sacandaga Rd., West Charlton, New York|
Nichols, Charles C.; Hall Bros.
Sacndga Rd, Amsterdam, NY 12010, United States
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West Charlton United Presbyterian Church Wikipedia
West Charlton United Presbyterian Church, also known as "Scotch Church," is a historic Presbyterian church at 1331 Sacandaga Road in West Charlton, Saratoga County, New York. It was built about 1880 and is a rectangular, wood frame building in the Late Victorian style. It features engaged corner towers and a polygonal chapel added in 1904. The north tower supports a louvered belfry topped by a tall spire. The church was founded by immigrants from Scotland.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.