17 Stoney Clover Lane

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17 Stoney Clover Lane17 Stoney Clover Lane side17 Stoney Clover Lane aerial 17 Stoney Clover Lane front 17 Stoney Clover Lane front2 17 Stoney Clover Lane garages17 Stoney Clover Lane patio17 Stoney Clover Lane pool 17 Stoney Clover Lane porch17 Stoney Clover Lane hallway17 Stoney Clover Lane liviingroom217 Stoney Clover Lane livingroom17 Stoney Clover Lane diningarea17 Stoney Clover Lane kitchen17 Stoney Clover Lane kitchen217 Stoney Clover Lane kitchen317 Stoney Clover Lane den217 Stoney Clover Lane den17 Stoney Clover Lane atrium17 Stoney Clover Lane bedroomThis home sold recently for $575,000.

Here is the real estate listing description:

A country oasis. Unique brick and redwood “Atomic Ranch” has been polished and updated. A true mid-century marvel. Plate glass windows to enjoy the private setting. Atrium foyer, 3 fireplaces, walnut floors, maple and walnut kitchen and built-ins; New bathrooms, state of the art HVAC; on demand hot water system; pool, screened porch, huge garage, apple orchard; more. See the aerial photo – home has 3 wings. If you are looking for something creative, one-of-a-kind home, you will not be disappointed!

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(All but the top two winter photos are from the real estate listing.)

3 thoughts on “17 Stoney Clover Lane

  1. Hi – I’m curious as to whether this house appears in Hershey’s records as being his design? The building permit for the house lists Raymond Ashley, who was an architect, as the owner and applicant and does not mention Hershey (the building permits for most of Hershey’s houses in Pittsford do list him as the applicant and/or architect). According to the building permit for 4 Stoney Clover, that house, not #17, was the James B. Henshaw house designed by Hershey. (I am researching Stoney Clover Lane as part of a historic resource survey I’m doing for the town of Pittsford.) I’d be happy to share info I found in building permits that can update some of the information on your Pittsford list. Thanks for any info you might have about this house!

  2. Katie, you are correct. My father, Raymond E. Ashley, Jr. designed and built this house.
    I emailed your firm if you would like to contact me for more information.

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