W.S. Pendleton House

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

22 Pendleton Place

CLIENT: William S. Pendleton

ARCHITECT: Charles Duggin

DATE: 1855

STYLE: Gothic Revival, Victorian

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Designated March 4, 1969

Appealingly picturesque in its striking profile and unusual structural features, this Gothic Revival house, with its numerous steeply pitched gables, possesses a distinctive individuality and a true architectural character. The Pendleton House is a two and one-half story shingled residence with basement and has an impressive tower, which plays a dominant role in the composition of this rather unusual wooden dwelling of 1855, a survivor of Victorian romanticism.

Image credit: Wally Gobetz

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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New Brighton, formerly an independent village, is today a neighborhood located on the northwestern tip of Staten Island. The neighborhood comprises an older industrial and residential harbor front area along the Kill Van Kull west of St. George.

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