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East Windsor Hill Historic District

East Windsor Hill Historic District
The 1788 John Watson House
East Windsor Hill Historic District is located in Connecticut
East Windsor Hill Historic District
Location Roughly bounded by the Scantic River, John Fitch Blvd., Sullivan Ave., and the Connecticut River, South Windsor, Connecticut
Coordinates
Area 535 acres (217 ha)
Built 1633
Architectural style Greek Revival, Georgian, Federal
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 86001208[1]
Added to NRHP May 30, 1986

East Windsor Hill Historic District is a historic district located in the northwestern corner of the town of South Windsor, Connecticut. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.[1] The district runs along both sides of Main Street from the Scantic River south to the Edwards Cemetery. The district also includes areas west of Main Street to the Connecticut River, including properties along Ferry Lane. The district is located directly north of another historic district, Windsor Farms Historic District. The district encompasses a neighborhood of largely folk vernacular buildings erected between about 1700 and 1860.[2]

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