This historic landmark was built in 1853-54. This home was constructed for Richard G. Smith, located in Stapleton, Staten Island. This was the first of many homes that helped grow Stapleton into the community it is today.This home was built Greek Revival style. This is an absolutely gorgeous two and a half story home. This home lays on a brick foundation. There is an above ground basement, floor to ceiling windows, two chimneys located on the east wing, a shed and garage which are located separately from the home. From the outside we see the beautiful columns and red shutters that gives this home a unique look. The cobble stone driveway was a beautiful touch as well. On September 9th,1980 the Landmarks Preservation Commission held a public hearing and made 92 Harrison street a historic landmark.