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Kellogg-Eddy House


category : Historic Homes
Restored 1808 Colonial home built by General Martin Kellogg III. Elaborate hand-carved woodwork in the North Parlor. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Admission: Donation.
Hours: Apr.-Nov.,
Address: 679 Willard Ave.
Phone: (860) 666-7118

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