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 Located on Hathaway Road, the Blankenbeker-Riley Farm has remained in the same family since the early 19th century. ​ Built by their ancestors, the [[historic homes|house]],​ domestic outbuildings and [[farming|farm]] buildings have been carefully preserved by their descendants.  ​ Located on Hathaway Road, the Blankenbeker-Riley Farm has remained in the same family since the early 19th century. ​ Built by their ancestors, the [[historic homes|house]],​ domestic outbuildings and [[farming|farm]] buildings have been carefully preserved by their descendants.  ​
  
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 The main house was built in 1913 to replace the Blankenbeker family’s original log homestead. ​ It is a massed-plan,​ pyramidal-roofed frame dwelling with simple Colonial Revival details. ​ The house is set in a remarkably intact rural landscape with historic fences and plantings, a gravel drive, and a series of dependencies.  ​ The main house was built in 1913 to replace the Blankenbeker family’s original log homestead. ​ It is a massed-plan,​ pyramidal-roofed frame dwelling with simple Colonial Revival details. ​ The house is set in a remarkably intact rural landscape with historic fences and plantings, a gravel drive, and a series of dependencies.  ​
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