Farmington, CT Town Photos

Farmington, CT is a quaint village west of Hartford which enjoys many early architectural structures and hosts two significant house museums: Hill-Stead and Stanley-Whitman House.

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Farmington First Church of Christ Congregational. Farmington, CT.Bell tower of Farmington First Church of Christ Congregational. Farmington, CT.Sarah Porter Memorial building at Farmington First Church of Christ Congregational. Farmington, CT.Deming Lewis House. Farmington, CT.
Farmington First Church of Christ Congregational (1771) (Main St.). Farmington, CT.Bell tower of Farmington First Church of Christ Congregational. Farmington, CT.Sarah Porter Memorial building (1902) at Farmington First Church of Christ Congregational. Farmington, CT.Deming Lewis House (c1740) (80 Main St.). Farmington, CT.
Front doors of Deming Lewis House. Farmington, CT.Lamphere House. Farmington, CT.The Parsonage. Farmington, CT.Heritage house. Farmington, CT.
Front doors of Deming Lewis House (c1740). Farmington, CT.Lamphere House (2003) (92 Main St.). Farmington, CT.The Parsonage (1875) (96 Main St.). Farmington, CT.Heritage house (c1690) (101 Main St.). Farmington, CT.
Timothy Pitkin House. Farmington, CT.Samuel Cowles House with modern extension. Farmington, CT.Heritage federal house. Farmington, CT.Major Timothy Cowles House. Farmington, CT.
Timothy Pitkin House (1788) (2 Little Back Lane). Farmington, CT.Samuel Cowles House (c1675) (9 Main St.) with modern extension. Farmington, CT.Heritage federal house (8 Main St.). Farmington, CT.Major Timothy Cowles House (1815) (87 Main St.). Farmington, CT.
St. James Episcopal Church with Richardsonian Romanesque entrance & shingle upper floor. Farmington, CT.St. James Episcopal Church. Farmington, CT.Mansion with sunroom & hipped roof. Farmington, CT.Clapboard mansion. Farmington, CT.
St. James Episcopal Church (1885) with Richardsonian Romanesque entrance & shingle upper floor. Farmington, CT.St. James Episcopal Church (1885). Farmington, CT.Mansion with sunroom & hipped roof (33 Main St.). Farmington, CT.Clapboard mansion (33 Main St.). Farmington, CT.
Former Union Hotel. Farmington, CT.Jonathan Cowles House. Farmington, CT.Humphrey building at Miss Porter's School. Farmington, CT.Thomas Hart Hooker House at Miss Porter's School. Farmington, CT.
Former Union Hotel (now Main building at Miss Porter's School) (1830) (60 Main St.). Farmington, CT.Jonathan Cowles House (now Colony building at Miss Porter's School) (1799) (59 Main St.). Farmington, CT.Humphrey building at Miss Porter's School (1800) (Main St.). Farmington, CT.Thomas Hart Hooker House at Miss Porter's School (c1770) (66 Main St.). Farmington, CT.
Wm Judd House & Capt. Sam Dickinson House. Farmington, CT.Mansion. Farmington, CT.Edward Hooker House. Farmington, CT.Colonial Revival mansion now Hill-Stead Museum. Farmington, CT.
Wm Judd House (before 1685) & Capt. Sam Dickinson House (1813) (High St.). Farmington, CT.Mansion (High St. near New Britain Road). Farmington, CT.Edward Hooker House (1811). Farmington, CT.Colonial Revival mansion (1898-1901) now Hill-Stead Museum. Farmington, CT. Architect: Theodate Pope Riddle.
Stanley-Whitman House Museum a New England saltbox structure. Farmington, CT.


Stanley-Whitman House Museum (1719) (37 High St.) a New England saltbox structure. Farmington, CT.



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