About The Hubbell House
An circa 1855 Gothic Revival Cottage in Historic Seneca Falls, New York
Built in the Gothic Revival Cottage style in 1855, then enlarged and remodeled in the grander Second Empire style in the 1870's; the Hubbell House maintains the beauty and charm of the Victorian Era.
The home was designed to offer a prime view of the trains of the New York Central Line, on a hill overlooking the Flats of Seneca Falls. In the early 20th Century, with many townsfolk watching from the Hubbell House back garden, the Flats were flooded to create Van Cleef Lake on the Cayuga-Seneca Canal.