Father Pitt

Why should the beautiful die?

Dutch Colonial in Mount Lebanon

434 McCully Street

This little house in the Dutch Colonial style caught Father Pitt’s eye as he was wandering in Mount Lebanon.

434 McCully Street

The materials and colors (though certainly not the roofline) reminded old Pa Pitt of a Dutch colonial house in Hurley, New York: the Bevier house at 25 Main Street, built in about 1720.

Bevier House

This picture was taken in 2000, but not much has changed, according to photographs on line.

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