Location: 30 Central Avenue, Lancaster, New York
United States Department of the Interior National Park Service National Register of Historic Places Central Avenue Historic District Erie County, New York
30 Central Avenue ca. 1900 Contributing primary building
2 ½-story front gable frame building with modest Queen Anne styling; rusticated stone foundation, synthetic wood and asbestos siding, asphalt shingle roof. Features nearly half-width contemporary storefront with narrow wooden, fluted pilasters and recessed entry way with separate 1st and 2nd story entry doors, both wooden with large single light and transom window above. Windows typically 6/1 wood sash double hung, oriel window at second story. Gable end features wood shingle siding, pent roof, and single window. Gable dormer at side roof.