220 Fulton Street E is located in Heritage Hill. It was built in 1845. It is of the Gothic Cottage architectural style. It's architectural significance is OUTSTANDING. Past owners include Truman H. Lyon.


Truman-LyonHouse/Little Stone House - 1972 Tour, Walking Tour


This charming Gothic Cottage is an outstanding example of cut river stone construction. The masonry work on the fa�ade proceeds in the usual coursing fashion with some attempt at quoining while along the sides. The effect is more rusticated and almost random rubble in appearance. There is a bay window in front, the plate glass window having later been substituted for the classical lights. The windows have ptone sills and lintels. Thereare decorative baseboards done in a tooth pattern with the design fallowing the line of the caves around the house-the rear wing of the house is cavered stucco and the cast gable is finished with clapboard. The house was originally a T shape with a wing, a gable facing west. This wing also had a small veranda and a dormer in the roof.

Geographic coordinates are 42.963119°N, 85.663479°WLatitude: 42°57′47.228″N
Longitude: 85°39′48.524″W

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Original data from Heritage Hill Associaton