The Baldwin-Cornwell House [Map]

This Federal style brick house was built about 1820. It sits on a slight rise off Paul Road. It has a five bay center entrance and four chimneys; two, however, were added to help the house appear more symmetrical. There are several fireplaces and about three thousand square feet of living space. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and one bath; on the ground floor, a kitchen, dining room, parlor sitting room with an adjacent small room which was presumed to be a birthing room.

The library is in the newer addition; the stair banister and palings are solid cherry and many window panes are original. Architectural elements were rescued from prominent homes being demolished in Rochester-The Bausch home, one of them.