Stone House (1817-1819)
Hyde Hall, Springfield, New York
2011 photograph by Michael Reynolds
The first phase of Hyde Hall was the family living quarters encompassing ten rooms: two libraries, dining room, Mr. Clarke’s office, Mrs. Clarke’s sitting/dressing room and five bedrooms. The porch or piazza, with cast iron piers, was situated to enjoy the eight-mile vista down Lake Otsego to Cooperstown to the south.