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John Shelp Cobblestone House

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The John Shelp Cobblestone House, also known as the Shelp–Beamer House, is located on West Shelby Road (Orleans County Route 87) in West Shelby, New York, United States, just east of the Niagara–Orleans county line. It is an 1830s cobblestone house in the Greek Revival architectural style. Of the six cobblestone buildings in the Town of Shelby, it is the most accomplished stylistically. In the late 19th century, the interior was renovated into a more contemporary style. In 2008, the house, two barns, and a milk house on the grounds were listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Buildings and grounds The house is located near the southwest corner of an lot at the northeast corner of the junction of South County Line and West Shelby roads. The area is rural, with large lots consisting primarily of worked fields with some scattered second-growth trees, a large wooded area to the south-southeast, and houses at the roads. It is generally level with
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