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Smith-Harris House (c.1845)


category : Historic Homes
Built in the Greek Revival style; restored to provide an introduction to mid-19th century living; local history museum. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Admission: Donation.
Hours: Late-June-Sept., Fri.-Sun. 12-4; and by appt.
Address: 33 Society Rd.
Phone: (860) 739-0761

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Smith-Harris House (c.1845)

Built in the Greek Revival style; restored to provide an introduction to mid-19th century living;

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