|Constructed in 1918 by the Emerton family,
this building is one of the most striking mansions in all of
York. This massive stone home was designed in the Tudor
Revival Style of
architecture. Almost half of all Tudor Style buildings have no
decorative half-timbers, as is the case with the stately Hahn
Home. This building—classified by some local historians as
Jacobethian, a sub-type of Tudor—is very unique to the area.
The northern section of the complex was built as a gymnasium
with indoor swimming pool. Yet another J.A. Dempwolf design,
Renaissance Revival features are also employed.
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