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Post Office – c. 1838
40 Village Green
An example of Federal to Greek Revival architectural style, the Post Office was originally a harness shop whose proprietor, Benjamin Ambler, was know to the villagers as “Bach (short for Bachelor) Ben”, and considered a deplorable character because at night he closed the shutters and played cards with his cronies. It has been the village Post Office since at least 1893. It first stood next to the Library but was moved in 1930 to make room for the Fire House. It was purchased in 1972 by the Society and enlarged in 1975 so that the Post Office could remain in the village.