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The Starbuck Mansion stands on Clinton Street in Watertown.

The home was built in 1866 by James Starbuck, an active Jefferson County attorney and politician who served one term with the New York State Senate. Starbuck built his home in the Italianate style with Greek Revival influences. This rare architectural combination gives the mansion a unique place among Watertown's 19th century homes, which were mostly built in the specific Victorian style chosen for each structure.

The Starbuck Mansion today remains a single family home unlike many of Watertown's existing 19th century houses, most of which have been converted into apartment houses or business offices.

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