Father Pitt

Why should the beautiful die?

Robinson House, Dutchtown

408 Cedar Avenue

This magnificent home was built for the Robinson family, probably in the 1890s, on a prominent corner facing the East Commons. It replaced an earlier brick house that had stood on the same spot. Locals tell us it is magnificent on the inside as well. One claims to have a mantel from this house in his own house: the Robinson house spent decades as a funeral home, and when the owners tore out interior walls, they offered some of the remains to the neighbors.

Robinson house
Porch columns
408 Cedar Avenue

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