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John Wells Pratt House

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John Wells Pratt House

John Wells Pratt House
John Wells Pratt House
Location 177 S. 1st St., Fulton, New York

43°19′6″N 76°24′53″W / 43.31833°N 76.41472°W / 43.31833; -76.41472Coordinates: 43°19′6″N 76°24′53″W / 43.31833°N 76.41472°W / 43.31833; -76.41472

Area less than one acre
Built 1863
Architectural style Italianate
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 99001490[1]
Added to NRHP December 10, 1999

John Wells Pratt House, also known as Pratt House Museum, is a historic home and museum located at Fulton in Oswego County, New York. Built in 1863, it is a large two story residence in the Italianate style.

The house is rectangular in plan with a three bay wide, three bay deep hipped roof main block with a gabled two story service wing. It features a cupola with round arched windows. A finely detailed Queen Anne style porch was added about 1880.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.[1]


External links

  • Pratt House Museum - official site
  • John Wells Pratt House - Fulton, NY - U.S. National Register of Historic Places on

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