Digital Image Library: Staten Island: St. Paul’s Avenue

 ST. PAUL’S AVENUE

Long considered one of Staten Island’s most prestigious neighborhoods, this area consists mainly of wood-frame, freestanding houses. A small “Captains’ Row” of three mid-19th-century Italianate villas was later joined by picturesque homes in the Second Empire, Stick, Queen Anne, Shingle and Colonial Revival styles. Neo-Colonial and Arts and Crafts houses were built in the 20th century. Designated June 29, 2004.

Title: Saint Paul’s Memorial Church at 217-225 Saint Paul’s Avenue

Borough: Staten IslandHistoric District: St. Pauls Avenue

Keywords: Saint Paul’s Memorial Church, traprock, window, brownstone

Description: Façade of Saint Paul’s Memorial Church at 217-225 Saint Paul’s Avenue

Image #1439

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