Address: 9 Prescott Place
Old Address: 11 Park Place
Other names: Craig Cottage (1912-1920s); Pratt Cottage (1932); DIS; Agnew Cottage (1942).
Year built: c. 1910
An article titled "Cottage Calls," about the patients at the Agnew Cottage at 11 Park Place, appeared in The Guild News in July 1942, and was continued in the August issue that year.
This property will receive $44,997 to put in new windows and add insulation, according to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, "Grants will help rehab apartment houses," February 28, 2014.
From the NRHP form: A two story cross-gabled residence with multiple and varied additions, porches and dormers. The principal block has a hipped roof and there is a gable-roofed ell to southwest; one story shed-roofed projections are present on the Prescott Place elevation, allowing for 3 entrances, with an enclosed porch above. Wood clapboard siding; wood windows with aluminum storms; asphalt roofing. This property has a retaining wall on its north side (contributing structure).
This cottage boasted the only known cure porch with windows on all four sides; it has since been enclosed.