National Register of Historic Places listings in Hartford, Connecticut

Location of Hartford in Connecticut

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hartford, Connecticut.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in various online maps.[1]

There are more than 400 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Hartford County, including 21 National Historic Landmarks. The city of Hartford is the location of 139 of these properties and districts, including 7 National Historic Landmarks; they are listed here, while the other properties and districts in the remaining parts of the county, including 14 National Historic Landmarks, are listed separately. Eight properties and districts straddle the border between Hartford and other municipalities in the county; they appear on multiple lists.

Altogether, as of 2005, about 20 percent of the properties in the city, including more than 4,000 buildings, were listed as historic properties or included in historic districts.[2][3]


Contents: Counties and municipalities in Connecticut
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 15, 2020.[4]
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Current listingsEdit

[5] Name on the Register[6] Image Date listed[7] Location Neighborhood Description
1 Allen Place–Lincoln Street Historic District August 28, 2003
(#03000815)
Roughly bounded by Madison St., Washington St., Vernon St., and Zion Hill Cemetery
41°45′11″N 72°41′08″W / 41.753056°N 72.685556°W / 41.753056; -72.685556 (Allen Place–Lincoln Street Historic District)
Frog Hollow and Barry Square
2 Ambassador Apartments October 16, 2008
(#08000859)
206-210 Farmington Ave.
41°46′04″N 72°41′40″W / 41.767823°N 72.694563°W / 41.767823; -72.694563 (Ambassador Apartments)
Asylum Hill
3 Ann Street Historic District November 28, 1983
(#83003514)
Allyn, Ann, Asylum, Church, Hicks, and Pearl Sts.
41°46′03″N 72°40′42″W / 41.7675°N 72.678333°W / 41.7675; -72.678333 (Ann Street Historic District)
Downtown The district is primarily composed of 19th-century brick mercantile buildings and contains 22 contributing and 3 non-contributing properties. Some of the more significant buildings are the Sport and Medical Science Academy building, and the Central Fire Station of the Hartford Fire Department.
4 Apartment at 49-51 Spring Street March 31, 1983
(#83001255)
49-51 Spring St.
41°46′10″N 72°41′04″W / 41.769444°N 72.684444°W / 41.769444; -72.684444 (Apartment at 49-51 Spring Street)
Asylum Hill
5 Asylum Avenue District November 29, 1979
(#79002672)
Asylum and Farmington Aves. and Sigourney St.
41°46′10″N 72°41′36″W / 41.769444°N 72.693333°W / 41.769444; -72.693333 (Asylum Avenue District)
Asylum Hill
6 A. Everett Austin House April 19, 1994
(#94001189)
130 Scarborough St.
41°46′51″N 72°42′33″W / 41.780833°N 72.709167°W / 41.780833; -72.709167 (A. Everett Austin House)
West End Social hotspot and home of innovative Wadsworth Atheneum director Arthur Everett Austin, Jr..
7 B.P.O. Elks Lodge December 23, 1984
(#84000753)
34 Prospect St.
41°45′49″N 72°40′20″W / 41.763568°N 72.672187°W / 41.763568; -72.672187 (B.P.O. Elks Lodge)
Downtown An Elks building
8 Lucius Barbour House August 21, 1979
(#79002629)
130 Washington St.
41°45′30″N 72°40′56″W / 41.758333°N 72.682222°W / 41.758333; -72.682222 (Lucius Barbour House)
Frog Hollow
9 Boce W. Barlow, Jr., House July 31, 1994
(#94000767)
31 Canterbury St.
41°47′19″N 72°41′53″W / 41.788611°N 72.698056°W / 41.788611; -72.698056 (Boce W. Barlow, Jr., House)
Blue Hills
10 Henry Barnard House October 15, 1966
(#66000803)
118 Main St.
41°45′24″N 72°40′32″W / 41.756667°N 72.675556°W / 41.756667; -72.675556 (Henry Barnard House)
South Green Home of educator instrumental in the development of the American public school system.
11 Batterson Block December 23, 1984
(#84000758)
26-28 High St.
41°46′05″N 72°40′50″W / 41.768056°N 72.680556°W / 41.768056; -72.680556 (Batterson Block)
Downtown
12 Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Synagogue May 11, 1995
(#95000577)
370 Garden St.
41°46′44″N 72°41′06″W / 41.778889°N 72.685°W / 41.778889; -72.685 (Beth Hamedrash Hagodol Synagogue)
Clay-Arsenal
13 Buckingham Square District June 5, 1977
(#77001404)
Main and Buckingham St., Linden Pl., and Capitol Ave.; also 248-250 Hudson St.
41°45′37″N 72°40′35″W / 41.760278°N 72.676389°W / 41.760278; -72.676389 (Buckingham Square District)
Downtown Hudson St. addresses represent a boundary increase, added on November 30, 1982
14 Building at 136-138 Collins Street November 29, 1979
(#79002681)
136-138 Collins St.
41°46′22″N 72°41′19″W / 41.772771°N 72.688671°W / 41.772771; -72.688671 (Building at 136-138 Collins Street)
Asylum Hill
15 Building at 142 Collins Street November 29, 1979
(#79002680)
142 Collins St.
41°46′18″N 72°41′20″W / 41.771667°N 72.688889°W / 41.771667; -72.688889 (Building at 142 Collins Street)
Asylum Hill
16 Building at 83-85 Sigourney Street November 29, 1979
(#79002679)
83-85 Sigourney St.
41°45′59″N 72°41′33″W / 41.766389°N 72.6925°W / 41.766389; -72.6925 (Building at 83-85 Sigourney Street)
Asylum Hill Demolished.
17 Bulkeley Bridge December 10, 1993
(#93001347)
Interstate 84 over the Connecticut River
41°46′09″N 72°39′58″W / 41.769167°N 72.666111°W / 41.769167; -72.666111 (Bulkeley Bridge)
Downtown Extends into other parts of Hartford County (East Hartford)
18 Amos Bull House November 8, 1968
(#68000039)
59 S. Prospect St.
41°45′37″N 72°40′25″W / 41.760321°N 72.673645°W / 41.760321; -72.673645 (Amos Bull House)
Downtown
19 Bushnell Park October 22, 1970
(#70000692)
Bounded by Elm, Jewell, and Trinity Sts.
41°45′54″N 72°40′46″W / 41.765°N 72.679444°W / 41.765; -72.679444 (Bushnell Park)
Downtown
20 Butler-McCook Homestead March 11, 1971
(#71000907)
396 Main St.
41°45′39″N 72°40′29″W / 41.760725°N 72.674760°W / 41.760725; -72.674760 (Butler-McCook Homestead)
Downtown
21 Marietta Canty House December 15, 2000
(#00001536)
61 Mahl Ave.
41°46′54″N 72°40′45″W / 41.781667°N 72.679167°W / 41.781667; -72.679167 (Marietta Canty House)
Clay-Arsenal
22 Capen-Clark Historic District April 27, 1982
(#82004402)
Capen, Clark, Elmer, Barbour, Martin, and Main Sts.
41°47′11″N 72°40′42″W / 41.786389°N 72.678333°W / 41.786389; -72.678333 (Capen-Clark Historic District)
Northeast
23 Capewell Horse Nail Company March 1, 2000
(#99000927)
60-70 Popieluszko St.
41°45′28″N 72°40′20″W / 41.757778°N 72.672222°W / 41.757778; -72.672222 (Capewell Horse Nail Company)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
24 Cedar Hill Cemetery April 28, 1997
(#97000333)
453 Fairfield Ave.
41°43′20″N 72°42′12″W / 41.722222°N 72.703333°W / 41.722222; -72.703333 (Cedar Hill Cemetery)
Southwest Extends into other parts of Hartford County (Newington and Wethersfield)
25 Charter Oak Bank Building October 11, 1978
(#78002873)
114-124 Asylum St.
41°46′02″N 72°40′31″W / 41.767195°N 72.675352°W / 41.767195; -72.675352 (Charter Oak Bank Building)
Downtown
26 Charter Oak Place January 20, 1978
(#78002884)
7-40 Charter Oak Pl.
41°45′33″N 72°40′27″W / 41.759167°N 72.674167°W / 41.759167; -72.674167 (Charter Oak Place)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
27 Cheney Building October 6, 1970
(#78002852)
942 Main St.
41°46′04″N 72°40′23″W / 41.767778°N 72.673056°W / 41.767778; -72.673056 (Cheney Building)
Downtown
28 Chevry Lomday Mishnayes Synagogue May 11, 1995
(#95000575)
148-150 Bedford St.
41°46′46″N 72°41′01″W / 41.779444°N 72.683611°W / 41.779444; -72.683611 (Chevry Lomday Mishnayes Synagogue)
Clay-Arsenal
29 Children's Village of the Hartford Orphan Asylum June 28, 1982
(#82004404)
1680 Albany Ave.
41°47′11″N 72°42′37″W / 41.786389°N 72.710278°W / 41.786389; -72.710278 (Children's Village of the Hartford Orphan Asylum)
Blue Hills
30 Christ Church December 29, 1983
(#83003558)
955 Main St.
41°46′06″N 72°40′27″W / 41.768333°N 72.674167°W / 41.768333; -72.674167 (Christ Church)
Downtown One of the oldest Gothic revival churches in the United States.
31 Church of the Good Shepherd and Parish House February 20, 1975
(#75001925)
155 Wyllys St.
41°45′26″N 72°40′09″W / 41.757222°N 72.669167°W / 41.757222; -72.669167 (Church of the Good Shepherd and Parish House)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
32 Clay Hill Historic District June 16, 1983
(#83001258)
Roughly bounded by Main, Mather, Garden, and Walnut Sts.
41°46′33″N 72°40′53″W / 41.775833°N 72.681389°W / 41.775833; -72.681389 (Clay Hill Historic District)
Clay-Arsenal
33 Collins and Townley Streets District November 29, 1979
(#79002676)
Collins and Townley Sts.
41°46′20″N 72°41′44″W / 41.772222°N 72.695556°W / 41.772222; -72.695556 (Collins and Townley Streets District)
Asylum Hill
34 Colt Industrial District June 8, 1976
(#76001987)
Roughly bounded by Wawarme, Wethersfield, Hendricxsen, Van Dyke Aves., and Stonington, Masseek, and Sequassen Sts.; also 34 Sequassen St., 1-3 and 17 Van Dyke Ave., and 47, 49, 50, and 53 Vredendale Ave.
41°45′12″N 72°40′05″W / 41.753333°N 72.668056°W / 41.753333; -72.668056 (Colt Industrial District)
Sheldon-Charter Oak This industrial district includes the Colt Fire Arms factory complex, three manager houses, and worker housing; the second set of addresses represents a boundary increase. The entire district is included in the Coltsville Historic District, which was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 2008.
35 James B. Colt House April 14, 1975
(#75001926)
154 Wethersfield Ave.
41°45′06″N 72°40′27″W / 41.751667°N 72.674167°W / 41.751667; -72.674167 (James B. Colt House)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
36 Coltsville Historic District November 13, 1966
(#66000802)
Sheldon-Charter Oak neighborhood
41°45′14″N 72°40′29″W / 41.753889°N 72.674722°W / 41.753889; -72.674722 (Coltsville Historic District)
Sheldon-Charter Oak Includes Armsmear, Colt Armory, Colt Park, and other properties related to Samuel Colt.
37 Congress Street October 6, 1975
(#75001927)
Both sides of Congress St. from Wyllys to Morris Sts.; also 54, 56, and 58 Maple Ave.
41°45′16″N 72°40′34″W / 41.754444°N 72.676111°W / 41.754444; -72.676111 (Congress Street)
South Green Maple Ave. addresses represent a boundary increase, added on July 24, 1992
38 Connecticut State Capitol December 30, 1970
(#70000834)
Capitol Ave.
41°45′51″N 72°40′58″W / 41.764167°N 72.682778°W / 41.764167; -72.682778 (Connecticut State Capitol)
Downtown Designed by Richard Upjohn in Gothic and French Renaissance styles topped by gold leaf dome
39 Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court Building June 4, 1981
(#81000535)
231 Capitol Ave.
41°45′45″N 72°41′01″W / 41.7625°N 72.683611°W / 41.7625; -72.683611 (Connecticut State Library and Supreme Court Building)
Downtown
40 Connecticut Statehouse October 15, 1966
(#66000878)
Main St. at Central Row
41°45′58″N 72°40′23″W / 41.766111°N 72.673056°W / 41.766111; -72.673056 (Connecticut Statehouse)
Downtown Federal style building by Charles Bulfinch
41 Day House April 16, 1971
(#71000909)
77 Forest St.
41°46′03″N 72°42′02″W / 41.7675°N 72.700556°W / 41.7675; -72.700556 (Day House)
Asylum Hill Also known as the Chamberlin-Burr Day House, it is the headquarters of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
42 Calvin Day House December 18, 1978
(#78002872)
105 Spring St.
41°46′16″N 72°41′03″W / 41.771111°N 72.684167°W / 41.771111; -72.684167 (Calvin Day House)
Asylum Hill
43 Day-Taylor House April 14, 1975
(#75001930)
81 Wethersfield Ave.
41°45′14″N 72°40′32″W / 41.753889°N 72.675556°W / 41.753889; -72.675556 (Day-Taylor House)
South Green
44 Department Store Historic District March 23, 1995
(#95000284)
884-956 Main St. and 36 Talcott St.
41°46′05″N 72°40′22″W / 41.768056°N 72.672778°W / 41.768056; -72.672778 (Department Store Historic District)
Downtown This historic district includes the Sage-Allen Building, built in 1898. This department store building, which has been restored, now contains both retail space and luxury apartments. As part of the restoration project, an adjacent 1960s building was given a new historically sensitive façade to make it more compatible with its neighbor.[8]
45 Dillon Building February 11, 1982
(#82004407)
69-71 Pratt St.
41°46′02″N 72°40′30″W / 41.767222°N 72.675°W / 41.767222; -72.675 (Dillon Building)
Downtown
46 Downtown North Historic District May 6, 2004
(#04000390)
Roughly Ann, Atlant, Ely, High, Main, and Pleasant Sts.
41°46′19″N 72°40′38″W / 41.771944°N 72.677222°W / 41.771944; -72.677222 (Downtown North Historic District)
Downtown A predominantly residential area located around Main Street and High Street north of Interstate 84 and south of the Amtrak railroad tracks; a diverse variety of Mid-19th Century Revival and Late Victorian styles of architecture are represented.[6][9][10]
47 Elizabeth Park March 10, 1983
(#83001259)
Asylum Ave.
41°46′20″N 72°43′04″W / 41.772222°N 72.717778°W / 41.772222; -72.717778 (Elizabeth Park)
West End Extends into West Hartford, elsewhere in Hartford County
48 Elm Street Historic District June 28, 1984
(#84001003)
71-166 Capitol Ave., 55-97 Elm St., 20-30 Trinity St.
41°45′44″N 72°40′48″W / 41.762222°N 72.68°W / 41.762222; -72.68 (Elm Street Historic District)
Downtown Located in the vicinity of Trinity Street in front of the State Capitol.
49 Engine Company 1 Fire Station March 2, 1989
(#89000025)
197 Main St. and 36 John St.
41°45′29″N 72°40′35″W / 41.758056°N 72.676389°W / 41.758056; -72.676389 (Engine Company 1 Fire Station)
South Green
50 Engine Company 15 Fire Station March 2, 1989
(#89000023)
8 Fairfield Ave.
41°44′31″N 72°41′32″W / 41.741944°N 72.692222°W / 41.741944; -72.692222 (Engine Company 15 Fire Station)
Barry Square
51 Engine Company 16 Fire Station March 2, 1989
(#89000021)
636 Blue Hills Ave.
41°48′15″N 72°41′44″W / 41.804167°N 72.695556°W / 41.804167; -72.695556 (Engine Company 16 Fire Station)
Blue Hills
52 Engine Company 2 Fire Station March 2, 1989
(#89000022)
1515 Main St.
41°46′30″N 72°40′39″W / 41.775°N 72.6775°W / 41.775; -72.6775 (Engine Company 2 Fire Station)
Clay-Arsenal Second firehouse built for company, in 1910, uses Italian Renaissance Revival style unusual for firehouses. One of only two left in the city that were originally built to accommodate horses.
53 Engine Company 6 Fire Station March 2, 1989
(#89000020)
34 Huyshope Ave.
41°45′26″N 72°39′59″W / 41.757222°N 72.666389°W / 41.757222; -72.666389 (Engine Company 6 Fire Station)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
54 Engine Company 9 Fire Station March 2, 1989
(#89000024)
655 New Britain Ave.
41°44′00″N 72°42′13″W / 41.733333°N 72.703611°W / 41.733333; -72.703611 (Engine Company 9 Fire Station)
Southwest
55 Fairfield Avenue Historic District July 19, 2011
(#11000435)
Roughly along Fairfield Ave. from Trinity College to Cedar Hill Cemetery
41°44′06″N 72°41′34″W / 41.735°N 72.692778°W / 41.735; -72.692778 (Fairfield Avenue Historic District)
Barry Square and Southwest
56 First Church of Christ and the Ancient Burying Ground December 5, 1972
(#72001324)
60 Gold St.
41°45′52″N 72°40′26″W / 41.764473°N 72.673920°W / 41.764473; -72.673920 (First Church of Christ and the Ancient Burying Ground)
Downtown
57 First National Bank Building December 23, 1984
(#84000766)
50-58 State House Sq.
41°45′59″N 72°40′21″W / 41.766472°N 72.672391°W / 41.766472; -72.672391 (First National Bank Building)
Downtown
58 Footguard Hall December 23, 1984
(#84000771)
159 High St.
41°46′14″N 72°40′47″W / 41.770577°N 72.679771°W / 41.770577; -72.679771 (Footguard Hall)
Downtown
59 Fourth Congregational Church April 12, 1982
(#82004409)
Albany Ave. and Vine St.
41°46′47″N 72°41′23″W / 41.779722°N 72.689722°W / 41.779722; -72.689722 (Fourth Congregational Church)
Upper Albany
60 Frog Hollow April 11, 1979
(#79002635)
Roughly bounded by Park River, Capitol Ave., Oak, Washington, and Madison Sts. and Park Terrace; also bounded by Park Terrace, Hillside Ave., and Hamilton and Summit Sts.
41°45′30″N 72°41′27″W / 41.758333°N 72.690833°W / 41.758333; -72.690833 (Frog Hollow)
Frog Hollow Second set of addresses represents a boundary increase, added on March 1, 1984
61 Goodwin Block March 26, 1976
(#76001990)
219-257 Asylum St., 5-17 Hayes St., 210-228 Pearl St.
41°46′00″N 72°40′40″W / 41.766667°N 72.677778°W / 41.766667; -72.677778 (Goodwin Block)
Downtown
62 Grandview Terrace Boulevard December 27, 2002
(#02001624)
Roughly along Grandview Terrace
41°44′02″N 72°41′25″W / 41.733889°N 72.690278°W / 41.733889; -72.690278 (Grandview Terrace Boulevard)
Barry Square
63 Hartford Club December 23, 1984
(#84000779)
46 Prospect St.
41°45′51″N 72°40′19″W / 41.764131°N 72.672059°W / 41.764131; -72.672059 (Hartford Club)
Downtown
64 Hartford Electric Light Company Maple Avenue Sub-Station August 11, 2000
(#00000833)
686 Maple Ave.
41°44′30″N 72°41′00″W / 41.741602°N 72.683324°W / 41.741602; -72.683324 (Hartford Electric Light Company Maple Avenue Sub-Station)
Barry Square
65 Hartford Golf Club Historic District June 26, 1986
(#86001370)
Roughly bounded by Simsbury Rd. and Bloomfield Ave., Northmoor Rd., Albany Ave., and Mohegan Dr.
41°47′33″N 72°43′31″W / 41.7925°N 72.725278°W / 41.7925; -72.725278 (Hartford Golf Club Historic District)
West End Extends into West Hartford
66 Hartford National Bank and Trust October 14, 2014
(#14000867)
777 Main & 33 Asylum Sts.
41°45′59″N 72°40′25″W / 41.7663°N 72.6735°W / 41.7663; -72.6735 (Hartford National Bank and Trust)
Now known as 777 Main Street
67 Hartford Seminary Foundation June 22, 1982
(#82004411)
55 Elizabeth St. and 72-120 Sherman St.
41°46′15″N 72°42′26″W / 41.770833°N 72.707222°W / 41.770833; -72.707222 (Hartford Seminary Foundation)
West End Listing includes buildings now used by the University of Connecticut Law School as well as buildings still used by the seminary.
68 Hartford Union Station November 25, 1975
(#75001932)
Union Pl.
41°46′07″N 72°40′56″W / 41.768611°N 72.682222°W / 41.768611; -72.682222 (Hartford Union Station)
Downtown 1889 Richardsonian Romanesque station rebuilt after 1914 fire.
69 High Street Historic District July 8, 1998
(#98000850)
402-418 Asylum St., 28 High St., and 175-189 Allyn St.
41°46′03″N 72°40′51″W / 41.7675°N 72.680833°W / 41.7675; -72.680833 (High Street Historic District)
Downtown This district consists of three properties on the block of High Street between Allyn and Asylum Streets: the Judd and Root Building, the Batterson Block (each also listed separately), and the Capitol Building.
70 John and Isabella Hooker House November 29, 1979
(#79002678)
140 Hawthorn St.
41°45′49″N 72°42′01″W / 41.763611°N 72.700278°W / 41.763611; -72.700278 (John and Isabella Hooker House)
Asylum Hill
71 Hotel America September 7, 2012
(#12000359)
5 Constitution Plaza
41°46′00″N 72°40′11″W / 41.766575°N 72.669779°W / 41.766575; -72.669779 (Hotel America)
Downtown Hartford Later the Clarion; now luxury apartments
72 House at 140 and 144 Retreat Avenue February 25, 1982
(#82004412)
140 and 144 Retreat Ave.
41°45′09″N 72°40′49″W / 41.7525°N 72.680278°W / 41.7525; -72.680278 (House at 140 and 144 Retreat Avenue)
South Green
73 House at 36 Forest Street February 24, 1983
(#83001261)
36 Forest St.
41°45′51″N 72°42′01″W / 41.764167°N 72.700278°W / 41.764167; -72.700278 (House at 36 Forest Street)
Asylum Hill Intact 1885 Shingle Style house is one of few 19th-century houses left on street
74 Hyde-St. John House October 6, 1977
(#77001422)
25 Charter Oak Ave.
41°45′33″N 72°40′27″W / 41.759167°N 72.674167°W / 41.759167; -72.674167 (Hyde-St. John House)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
75 Imlay and Laurel Streets District November 29, 1979
(#79002675)
Imlay, Laurel and Sigourney Sts.
41°45′57″N 72°41′46″W / 41.765724°N 72.695998°W / 41.765724; -72.695998 (Imlay and Laurel Streets District)
Asylum Hill
76 Isham-Terry House February 11, 1982
(#82004413)
211 High St.
41°46′17″N 72°40′45″W / 41.771389°N 72.679167°W / 41.771389; -72.679167 (Isham-Terry House)
Downtown
77 James Pratt Funeral Service November 29, 1979
(#79002677)
69 Farmington Ave.
41°45′59″N 72°41′29″W / 41.766389°N 72.691389°W / 41.766389; -72.691389 (James Pratt Funeral Service)
Asylum Hill Demolished.[11]
78 Jefferson-Seymour District May 4, 1979
(#79002661)
Cedar, Wadsworth, Seymour and Jefferson Sts.
41°45′27″N 72°40′50″W / 41.7575°N 72.680556°W / 41.7575; -72.680556 (Jefferson-Seymour District)
South Green
79 Wilfred X. Johnson House July 31, 1994
(#94000765)
206 Tower Ave.
41°47′58″N 72°40′22″W / 41.799444°N 72.672778°W / 41.799444; -72.672778 (Wilfred X. Johnson House)
Northeast
80 Judd and Root Building December 23, 1984
(#84000784)
175-189 Allyn St. and 5-23 High St.
41°46′06″N 72°40′52″W / 41.768333°N 72.681111°W / 41.768333; -72.681111 (Judd and Root Building)
Downtown
81 Keney Tower March 30, 1978
(#78002871)
Main and Ely Sts.
41°46′23″N 72°40′36″W / 41.773056°N 72.676667°W / 41.773056; -72.676667 (Keney Tower)
Downtown
82 Laurel and Marshall Streets District November 29, 1979
(#79002673)
Laurel, Marshall, and Case Sts., and Farmington Ave.
41°46′06″N 72°41′52″W / 41.768413°N 72.697822°W / 41.768413; -72.697822 (Laurel and Marshall Streets District)
Asylum Hill
83 Lewis Street Block January 30, 1976
(#76001991)
1-33, 24-36 Lewis St., 8-28 Trumbull St.
41°45′54″N 72°40′33″W / 41.765°N 72.675833°W / 41.765; -72.675833 (Lewis Street Block)
Downtown
84 William L. Linke House February 24, 1983
(#83001262)
174 Sigourney St.
41°46′18″N 72°41′34″W / 41.771667°N 72.692778°W / 41.771667; -72.692778 (William L. Linke House)
Asylum Hill
85 Little Hollywood Historic District April 29, 1982
(#82004423)
Farmington Ave., Owen, Frederick and Denison Sts.
41°45′58″N 72°42′20″W / 41.766111°N 72.705556°W / 41.766111; -72.705556 (Little Hollywood Historic District)
West End
86 Lyman House October 31, 1975
(#75001938)
22 Woodland St.
41°46′08″N 72°42′08″W / 41.768889°N 72.702222°W / 41.768889; -72.702222 (Lyman House)
Asylum Hill
87 Main Street Historic District No. 2 December 23, 1984
(#84001272)
W. Main, N. Central Row, E. Prospect Sts., and N. Atheneum Sq.
41°45′52″N 72°40′23″W / 41.764444°N 72.673056°W / 41.764444; -72.673056 (Main Street Historic District No. 2)
Downtown One city block, including the landmark Travelers Tower.
88 Mansuy and Smith Automobile Showroom Building December 20, 2016
(#16000867)
38-42 Elm St.
41°45′44″N 72°40′31″W / 41.762133°N 72.675381°W / 41.762133; -72.675381 (Mansuy and Smith Automobile Showroom Building)
Downtown
89 Mather Homestead April 29, 1982
(#82004426)
2 Mahl Ave.
41°46′54″N 72°40′36″W / 41.781667°N 72.676667°W / 41.781667; -72.676667 (Mather Homestead)
Clay-Arsenal
90 Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church July 22, 1994
(#94000769)
2051 Main St.
41°46′58″N 72°40′37″W / 41.782778°N 72.676944°W / 41.782778; -72.676944 (Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church)
Clay-Arsenal
91 Municipal Building April 27, 1981
(#81000536)
550 Main St.
41°45′45″N 72°40′26″W / 41.7625°N 72.673889°W / 41.7625; -72.673889 (Municipal Building)
Downtown
92 Myers and Gross Building March 31, 1983
(#83001263)
2 Fraser Pl.
41°46′18″N 72°41′03″W / 41.771532°N 72.684033°W / 41.771532; -72.684033 (Myers and Gross Building)
Asylum Hill
93 Nook Farm and Woodland Street District November 29, 1979
(#79002674)
Woodland, Gillett, and Forest Sts., and Farmington Ave.
41°46′07″N 72°42′03″W / 41.768611°N 72.700833°W / 41.768611; -72.700833 (Nook Farm and Woodland Street District)
Asylum Hill
94 Northam Memorial Chapel and Gallup Memorial Gateway June 29, 1982
(#82004428)
453 Fairfield Ave.
41°43′36″N 72°41′30″W / 41.726667°N 72.691667°W / 41.726667; -72.691667 (Northam Memorial Chapel and Gallup Memorial Gateway)
Southwest
95 North-West School June 10, 2010
(#10000339)
1240 Albany Ave.
41°46′57″N 72°41′48″W / 41.782372°N 72.696747°W / 41.782372; -72.696747 (North-West School)
Upper Albany
96 Old North Cemetery August 6, 1998
(#98000964)
1821 Main St.
41°46′48″N 72°40′42″W / 41.78°N 72.678333°W / 41.78; -72.678333 (Old North Cemetery)
Clay-Arsenal
97 Oxford-Whitney Streets Historic District November 10, 2010
(#10000896)
Fern St. (1 block), Oxford St. (4 blocks) and Whitney St. (1 block)
41°46′13″N 72°42′49″W / 41.770278°N 72.713611°W / 41.770278; -72.713611 (Oxford-Whitney Streets Historic District)
West End
98 Parkside Historic District May 31, 1984
(#84001048)
176-230 Wethersfield Ave.
41°45′01″N 72°40′26″W / 41.750278°N 72.673889°W / 41.750278; -72.673889 (Parkside Historic District)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
99 Parkville Historic District March 31, 2015
(#15000112)
Roughly bounded by I-84, Park Hwy., Francis Ct., New Park & Sisson Aves.
41°45′13″N 72°42′28″W / 41.7537°N 72.7079°W / 41.7537; -72.7079 (Parkville Historic District)
Parkville
100 Perkins-Clark House December 14, 1978
(#78002870)
49 Woodland St.
41°46′15″N 72°42′10″W / 41.770833°N 72.702778°W / 41.770833; -72.702778 (Perkins-Clark House)
Asylum Hill
101 Phoenix Life Insurance Company Building January 21, 2005
(#04001462)
One American Row
41°45′55″N 72°40′14″W / 41.765191°N 72.670455°W / 41.765191; -72.670455 (Phoenix Life Insurance Company Building)
Downtown The world's first two-sided building.
102 Polish National Home October 20, 1983
(#83003566)
60 Charter Oak Ave.
41°45′33″N 72°40′18″W / 41.759167°N 72.671667°W / 41.759167; -72.671667 (Polish National Home)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
103 Arthur G. Pomeroy House February 4, 1982
(#82004429)
490 Ann St.
41°46′19″N 72°40′39″W / 41.771944°N 72.6775°W / 41.771944; -72.6775 (Arthur G. Pomeroy House)
Downtown
104 Pratt Street Historic District March 10, 1983
(#83001264)
31-101 and 32-110 Pratt St.; 196-260 Trumbell St.
41°46′04″N 72°40′30″W / 41.767778°N 72.675°W / 41.767778; -72.675 (Pratt Street Historic District)
Downtown
105 Prospect Avenue Historic District August 29, 1985
(#85001918)
Roughly bounded by Albany Ave., N. Branch Park River, Elizabeth and Fern Sts., Prospect and Asylum Aves., and Sycamore Rd.
41°46′43″N 72°42′38″W / 41.778611°N 72.710556°W / 41.778611; -72.710556 (Prospect Avenue Historic District)
West End Extends into West Hartford, elsewhere in Hartford County
106 Royal Typewriter Company Building February 23, 1989
(#84003898)
150 New Park Ave.
41°45′07″N 72°42′35″W / 41.751944°N 72.709722°W / 41.751944; -72.709722 (Royal Typewriter Company Building)
Parkville Demolished.
107 Saint Anthony Hall May 9, 1985
(#85001017)
340 Summit St.
41°45′06″N 72°41′35″W / 41.751667°N 72.693056°W / 41.751667; -72.693056 (Saint Anthony Hall)
Barry Square
108 St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church August 2, 1984
(#84001051)
1886-1906 Park St.
41°45′24″N 72°42′37″W / 41.756571°N 72.710153°W / 41.756571; -72.710153 (St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church)
Parkville
109 Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church June 30, 1983
(#83001254)
63 Governor St.
41°45′29″N 72°40′23″W / 41.758056°N 72.673056°W / 41.758056; -72.673056 (Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
110 Second Church of Christ January 9, 1978
(#78002836)
307 Main St.
41°45′35″N 72°40′32″W / 41.759641°N 72.675438°W / 41.759641; -72.675438 (Second Church of Christ)
Downtown
111 Sigourney Square District January 16, 1979
(#79002660)
Sargeant, Ashley, and May Sts.; also 216-232 Garden St.; also 207 Garden St.
41°46′28″N 72°41′33″W / 41.774444°N 72.6925°W / 41.774444; -72.6925 (Sigourney Square District)
Asylum Hill Garden St. addresses represent boundary increases added December 21, 1983 and September 13, 2011
112 Dr. Frank T. Simpson House December 2, 1993
(#93001246)
27 Keney Terr.
41°47′15″N 72°41′22″W / 41.7875°N 72.689444°W / 41.7875; -72.689444 (Dr. Frank T. Simpson House)
Northeast
113 Sisson-South Whitney Historic District July 24, 2013
(#13000526)
Roughly bounded by West Blvd., S. Whitney St., Farmington & Sisson Aves.
41°45′51″N 72°42′32″W / 41.764094°N 72.708832°W / 41.764094; -72.708832 (Sisson-South Whitney Historic District)
West End
114 South Green Historic District November 17, 1977
(#02001453)
Roughly along Wethersfield Ave., Alden and Morris Sts.
41°45′08″N 72°40′32″W / 41.752222°N 72.675556°W / 41.752222; -72.675556 (South Green Historic District)
South Green
115 Southern New England Telephone Company Building May 12, 2004
(#04000417)
55 Trumbull St.
41°45′56″N 72°40′36″W / 41.765462°N 72.676555°W / 41.765462; -72.676555 (Southern New England Telephone Company Building)
Downtown 1930s Art Deco granite-and-limestone 12-story building facing Bushnell Park
116 Spencer House February 24, 1983
(#83001265)
1039 Asylum Ave.
41°46′18″N 72°42′00″W / 41.771667°N 72.7°W / 41.771667; -72.7 (Spencer House)
Asylum Hill
117 Spring Grove Cemetery January 20, 2011
(#08001203)
2035 Main St.
41°46′57″N 72°40′34″W / 41.7825°N 72.676111°W / 41.7825; -72.676111 (Spring Grove Cemetery)
Clay-Arsenal
118 Stackpole, Moore, and Tryon Building October 19, 1978
(#78002869)
105-115 Asylum St.
41°46′00″N 72°40′33″W / 41.766667°N 72.675833°W / 41.766667; -72.675833 (Stackpole, Moore, and Tryon Building)
Downtown
119 State Arsenal and Armory April 4, 1996
(#96000357)
360 Broad St.
41°45′54″N 72°41′10″W / 41.765°N 72.686111°W / 41.765; -72.686111 (State Arsenal and Armory)
Downtown
120 Stone Bridge March 28, 1985
(#85000793)
500 Main St.
41°45′44″N 72°40′28″W / 41.762238°N 72.674493°W / 41.762238; -72.674493 (Stone Bridge)
Downtown
121 Harriet Beecher Stowe House October 6, 1970
(#70000710)
73 Forest St.
41°45′54″N 72°42′01″W / 41.765°N 72.700278°W / 41.765; -72.700278 (Harriet Beecher Stowe House)
Asylum Hill
122 M. Swift and Sons Company July 24, 2013
(#13000527)
10 & 60 Love Lane
41°47′31″N 72°40′52″W / 41.791929°N 72.68115°W / 41.791929; -72.68115 (M. Swift and Sons Company)
North End
123 Temple Beth Israel December 1, 1978
(#78002868)
21 Charter Oak Ave.
41°45′33″N 72°40′29″W / 41.759167°N 72.674722°W / 41.759167; -72.674722 (Temple Beth Israel)
Sheldon-Charter Oak
124 Mark Twain House October 15, 1966
(#66000884)
351 Farmington Ave.
41°46′02″N 72°42′07″W / 41.767222°N 72.701944°W / 41.767222; -72.701944 (Mark Twain House)
Asylum Hill Home of Mark Twain from 1871 to 1891.
125 U.S. Post Office and Federal Building October 19, 1981
(#81000623)
135-149 High St.
41°46′11″N 72°40′50″W / 41.769722°N 72.680556°W / 41.769722; -72.680556 (U.S. Post Office and Federal Building)
Downtown 1931 combination of post office, courthouse and federal office building
126 Underwood Computing Machine Company Factory November 12, 2010
(#10000895)
56 Arbor St.
41°45′34″N 72°42′13″W / 41.759444°N 72.703611°W / 41.759444; -72.703611 (Underwood Computing Machine Company Factory)
Parkville
127 Union Baptist Church August 15, 1979
(#79002634)
1913 and 1921 Main St.
41°46′52″N 72°40′37″W / 41.781111°N 72.676944°W / 41.781111; -72.676944 (Union Baptist Church)
Clay-Arsenal
128 Upper Albany Historic District September 29, 1986
(#86003383)
Roughly bounded by Holcomb St., Vine St., Homestead Ave., and Woodland and Ridgefield Sts.
41°47′09″N 72°41′26″W / 41.785833°N 72.690556°W / 41.785833; -72.690556 (Upper Albany Historic District)
Upper Albany
129 Vine Street Apartment Buildings February 14, 2012
(#12000002)
4-48 Vine St
41°46′48″N 72°41′17″W / 41.779997°N 72.688166°W / 41.779997; -72.688166 (Vine Street Apartment Buildings)
Upper Albany
130 Wadsworth Atheneum October 6, 1970
(#70000709)
25 Atheneum Sq.
41°45′48″N 72°40′26″W / 41.763333°N 72.673889°W / 41.763333; -72.673889 (Wadsworth Atheneum)
Downtown
131 Washington Street School February 19, 1982
(#82004431)
461 Washington St.
41°44′50″N 72°41′05″W / 41.747222°N 72.684722°W / 41.747222; -72.684722 (Washington Street School)
Barry Square
132 Watkinson Juvenile Asylum and Farm School March 23, 1995
(#95000273)
140, 180, and 190 Bloomfield Ave.
41°47′24″N 72°42′45″W / 41.79°N 72.7125°W / 41.79; -72.7125 (Watkinson Juvenile Asylum and Farm School)
Blue Hills Extends into West Hartford.
133 Webster Memorial Building April 12, 1982
(#82004433)
36 Trumbull St.
41°45′55″N 72°40′35″W / 41.765278°N 72.676389°W / 41.765278; -72.676389 (Webster Memorial Building)
Downtown
134 West Boulevard Historic District March 22, 2007
(#06000615)
Roughly along Rodney St. and West Boulevard
41°45′41″N 72°42′38″W / 41.761389°N 72.710556°W / 41.761389; -72.710556 (West Boulevard Historic District)
West End
135 West End North Historic District July 25, 1985
(#85001618)
Roughly bounded by Farmington Ave., Lorraine, Elizabeth, and Highland Sts.
41°46′09″N 72°42′44″W / 41.769167°N 72.712222°W / 41.769167; -72.712222 (West End North Historic District)
West End Extends into West Hartford
136 West End South Historic District April 11, 1985
(#85000763)
Roughly bounded by Farmington Ave., Whitney and S. Whitney Sts., West Boulevard, and Prospect Ave.
41°45′47″N 72°42′52″W / 41.763056°N 72.714444°W / 41.763056; -72.714444 (West End South Historic District)
West End Extends into West Hartford, elsewhere in Hartford County
137 Wethersfield Avenue Car Barn November 28, 1983
(#83003569)
331 Wethersfield Ave.
41°44′48″N 72°40′29″W / 41.746667°N 72.674722°W / 41.746667; -72.674722 (Wethersfield Avenue Car Barn)
Barry Square
138 Widows' Home March 10, 1983
(#83001267)
1846-1860 N. Main St.
41°46′49″N 72°40′34″W / 41.780278°N 72.676111°W / 41.780278; -72.676111 (Widows' Home)
Clay-Arsenal
139 Windsor Avenue Congregational Church April 3, 1993
(#93000174)
2030 Main St.
41°46′56″N 72°40′33″W / 41.782222°N 72.675833°W / 41.782222; -72.675833 (Windsor Avenue Congregational Church)
Clay-Arsenal

Former listingsEdit

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location Summary
1 Capitol Building December 23, 1984
(#84000761)
December 21, 1989 402-418 Asylum St.
41°46′04″N 72°40′51″W / 41.7678°N 72.6807°W / 41.7678; -72.6807 (Capitol Building)
Removed due to owner objection. Now a contributing portion of the High Street Historic District.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ Landmark Historic Preservation Ordinance Adopted Archived 2011-07-26 at the Wayback Machine, Hartford Preservation Alliance Newsletter, Autumn 2005
  3. ^ Hartford Preservation Ordinance Takes Effect! Archived 2011-07-26 at the Wayback Machine, Hartford Preservation Alliance Newsletter, Winter 2007
  4. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on May 15, 2020.
  5. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  7. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  8. ^ Connecticut Preservation Awards 2008 Archived 2011-07-25 at the Wayback Machine, Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation
  9. ^ New Listings on the National Register of Historic Places, Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation, undated
  10. ^ HPA Walking Tours, Hartford Preservation Alliance Newsletter Archived 2011-07-26 at the Wayback Machine, March 2005, page 4
  11. ^ "Properties covered by Historic Preservation Ordinance, May 2017" (PDF). Hartford Preservation. Retrieved 2017-06-28.