Building date: 1830's
Mortar application and content: Horizontal and vertical similar. Mortar looks square.
Types and uses of stones:
Types and choice of windows:
Structures with similar masonry details:
Masons who worked on building: Same mason as Con-1 Watkins
Map views courtesy Google Maps. Address is Google Earth confirmed; 42°42'51.42"N 77°41'26.34"W. Current owner of record, White Holdings, LLC as of date (YMD) 190415.
Town of Conesus and Livingston County Maps
The Sliker farm house at 6050 Sliker [Hill] Road, just west of the village of Conesus was built in the 1830s, a mix of field and water-rounded stones. It was placed on the National Register in January 25, 2007. Richard Palmer blog.
Sliker Cobblestone House Wikipedia
List of Cobblestone Structures, page 3, Township of Conesus, Item #2, in Livingston County dated 1961 (incomplete).
Con-2 Pavlove 1.jpg ¹ 1947
Con-2 6050 Sliker Hill Rd 1.jpg ²
Con-2 6050 Sliker Hill Rd 2.jpg ²
Con-2 Pavlove 2.jpg ³
6050 Sliker Road, Conesus.jpg 4
¹ Photography courtesy John Vrooman, from the archives of the Cobblestone Museum. The photo might have been taken in 1947 for a NYS Department of Education project that documented historic structures and sites as selected by local historians. Holly Watson, Deputy Livingston County Historian, email 11/30/2020
² Photography courtesy Martin and Sheila Wolfish.
³ Image courtesy Cobblestone Museum.
4 Photography courtesy Richard Palmer.