L. D. Esty - Pleasure Point Roadhouse

Pleasure Point Roadhouse

The Roadhouse and the Houghton house have many visual similarities.

Historians believe that the Pleasure Point roadhouse is an Esty. (1.2) This century old home, with the visual clues and the proximity of this site to Esty/Houghton home,leads historians to this connection. (see Ross)

The Pogonip Clubhouse and the Pleasure Point roadhouse also have many similarities. Both are Brown Shingle construction in Natural settings. Very striking is the visual connection between the back of the Clubhouse and the side of the Roadhouse.

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