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Church Street

Clyfford Still House: 312 Church Street

Clyfford Still House

Originally built about 1910 for John Baker, this one is far better known as the home of Clyfford Still, as rather reclusive painter of abstracts who made New Windsor a part time home. During Still's tenure there, the only area in the house for preparing food was a tiny galley in the basement, and though the upstairs is quite distinctive, there was a good bit of remodeling work that needed to be done. THe house is currently the residence and office of a local attorney.

E. Clarence Ensor House: 211 Church Street

E. Clarence Ensor House

Built about 1914 for E. Clarence Ensor, the house is a lovely example of the homes that were known as Quality Hill when first established.

Frank J. Devilbiss House: 136 Church Street

Frank J. Devilbiss House

Built about 1886, from a Shoppell pattern, this was the home of noted historian, Frank J. Devilbiss. He married Virginia Bixler in January 1886 and they promptly took off for a honeymoon, enjoying a long tour of Florida, after which they began to build their home, on the lot he purchased from Louis Dielman. Howard Senseney was the builder, who was also the builder of El Hannon on the outskirts of town, built for Hiram Englar.

German Baptist Brethren Church: 111 Church Street

German Baptist Church

One of the oldest buildings along Church Street, dating from 1871, this building served as the home of the German Baptist Brethren Church, though it has now been a residence for many years,

Hattie Ecker House: 310 Church Street

Hattie Ecker House / Hartzlers Funeral Home

Better known as the location of Hartzler's Funeral Home, the house was built about 1908 for Hattie Ecker.

Henry Geatty House: 126 Church Street

Henry Geatty House

The lot for this house was purchased in 1858 by Henry Geatty and the house was finished before Geatty's death in 1866

James Atlee House, 131 Church St.

James Atlee House

Built about 1850, this was the home of James Clemson Atlee, son of the founder of the town, Isaac Richardson Atlee.

J. C. Strine Store: 105 Church Street

Better known most recently as the Best Pizza shop, this was the general store of J. C. Strine, built in the latter part of the 1800's.

Joseph Englar House: 210 Church Street

Joseph Englar House

Built about 1910 by Joseph Englar, this house remains a residence today, still in the hands of an Englar.

Odd Fellows Hall: 132 Church Street

Odd Fellows Hall/ Hardware Store

This large building, dating from 1895, served as the meeting place for the International Order of Odd Fellows upstairs, and various other stores, including a hardware store on the lower level.

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