24 West Tioga Street 1896
This high-style example of Queen Anne architecture was built by prominent attorney James Wilson Piatt, who served as Wyoming County District Attorney from 1875 to 1878. Highlights include steeply-pitched irregular roofs, a wrap-around porch with both a turreted and cross-gable roof, a cantilevered tower, and finials. In 1923, the elaborate home was passed from Piatt's widow and local artist, Frances Overfield Piatt, to her daughter Eulalie Piatt Ogden, who also studied law and worked in her father's office. The family sold the house in 1973.