Nunemacher-Hangary House
709 East Main Street
New Albany, IN 47150

Listing Description:
Built in Gothic Revival style of architecture, this home has had only three owners since its construction in 1853. The first two owners were John R. Nunemacher, owner of the City Bookstore on East Main Street in the downtown, and Jacob Hangary, one of the founders of the Merchants National Bank. The house has a raised first floor and delicate iron ornamentation, and is one of the few residential examples of the Gothic Revival style seen in New Albany.

One photo below shows the home circa 1887, while the other shows Merchants National Bank circa 1905. Both are from the collection of the Indiana Room, New Albany-Floyd County Public Library. 

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Additional Information:
Building Style: Gothic Revival
Year Built: 1853

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