Latta-Meech House

4435 Lake Avenue, Charlotte, NY

Former residence now housing the local visitor's bureau and a coffee shop


Overview Looking Northwest

Photo taken by J.R. Manning in October 2020




The house was constructed by Samuel Latta in 1806 in the old village of Charlotte. He was appointed Customs Colletctor for the port of Genesee by President Thomas Jefferson in 1805. Latta Road, adjacent to the house, was named for him. The house stayed in the family until 1872 when Latta's daughter sold it to Sanford and Sarah Meech.

It was purchased in 2012 by the Charlotte COmmunity Development Corporation that renovated it into the local visitor's center.

An interesting article about the house appears on the website of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle that includes a before/after with a modern photo superimposed over aphoto of the house from 1919.


19th Century (37,866)
Built 1806 (79)
Built during 1800s (1,278)
House (27,664)
Monroe County, New York (210)
New York (6,194)
Open to the public (3,261)

Update Log 

  • January 26, 2021: New photos from J.R. Manning
  • January 26, 2021: Added by J.R. Manning


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