|30-32 North Washington Street, Rochester, NY 14614
|Property Manager's Phone
|585 271 2400
|Property Manager's Website
|National Register of Historic Places
The North Washington Rowhouses are a pair of two-story rowhouses in the Cascade District downtown. They are the only surviving example of the rowhouses built in Rochester during this period and are believed to be located on the original Hundred Acre Tract purchased by Nathaniel Rochester in 1803. Stylistically, they are Greek Revival with Federal features. This type of building was popular in the Northeast at this time but very rare locally. They were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
As of March 2014, the Washington Street Rowhouses are for sale.
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2014-03-14 21:03:03 Very cool but surrounded on all sides by a sea of asphalt. For them to be really marketable they would probably need to be part of a larger development, like nearby North Plymouth Terrace. —EileenF
2018-03-14 12:18:04 I was wondering who or where I can get archive info and pictures of other properties now torn down, during the 80's on north Washington st. —michaelsirianni