Hart Cluett House

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Amid the 19th century rowhouses in the Second Street Historic District in downtown Troy sits a white marble house, completed in 1827, just as Troy was beginning its shift from a commercial to an industrial economy base. The Hart-Cluett House, as it is known today, was constructed for a businessman-banker’s family, the Harts, and sold six decades later to the Cluett family, a family who helped give Troy the nickname, “The Collar City.”

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  • 59 Second Street
    Troy, NY 12180
  • 518 272 7232
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