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Deacon John Grave House (c.1685)


category : Historic Homes
Inhabited for over 300 years by the descendants of Deacon John Grave I. Evolved from a primitive two-room dwelling to a classic New England saltbox. 18th-century family used the house as a private residence; school, wartime infirmary, inn, tavern and courtroom.


Admission: Adults $2, children $1.
Hours: Mid-June to Labor Day, Thu.-Sat., 1-4. Labor Day-Columbus Day, Sat. and Sun. 1-4.
Address: 581 Boston Post Rd.
Phone: (203) 245-4798

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Deacon John Grave House (c.1685)

Inhabited for over 300 years by the descendants of Deacon John Grave I. Evolved from a primitive two-room dwelling to a classic New England saltbox. 18th-century family used the house as a private residence;

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