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Saratoga Springs - New York - Nolan House New England Presbyterian Church - Historic

Saratoga Springs - New York - Nolan House New England Presbyterian Church - Historic

Nolan House. The brick mansion was built around 1867, in the Second Empire style with an eye catching mansard roof. Now a little bit of history: It was the summer home of Michael Nicholas Nolan who was in the brewing business. He entered this business in Albany in 1865, helming the Quinn & Nolan Ale Brewing Company. He became one of the state's leading sportsmen and horse owners while serving one term in the Congress. In 1878 he was elected the first Irish-born mayor in Albany. From his magnificent summer home he was able to oversee his stable of steeplechasers and racehorses. Today it serves as the home for the Presbyterian-New England Congregational Church. Located at 24 Circular Street in Saratoga Springs, NY.

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Photo taken @ S on 5 November 2019 (© Onasill ~ Bill Badzo - 67 M / Flickr)

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