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family-owned property alongside Lake Champlain. Lee’s prestigious Seventh Avenue residence was designed in 1905 by the firm Hebbard & Gill. It was completed in early 1906 at a cost of $5,000, with the adjacent two cottages on either side for $3,500 each. Now owned separately and divided by fences, the three buildings were originally configured around a shared courtyard and connected by a U-shaped pergola, a portion of which still exists on the north end of the center residence. The project was one of Irving Gill’s first experiments in multiple-residential designs, which he would become known for later in his career.


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