National Register of Historic Places listings in New Haven County, Connecticut


This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in New Haven County, Connecticut. It is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in New Haven County, 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 an online map.[1]

Location of New Haven County in Connecticut

There are 271 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 10 National Historic Landmarks. The city of New Haven is the location of 69 of these properties and districts, including 9 National Historic Landmarks; they are listed separately, while the 204 properties and districts in the remaining parts of the county, including one National Historic Landmark (Henry Whitfield House), are listed here. Three sites appear in both lists.


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[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 George S. Abbott Building June 14, 1982
(#82004359)
235-247 N. Main St.
41°33′31″N 73°02′20″W / 41.558611°N 73.038889°W / 41.558611; -73.038889 (George S. Abbott Building)
Waterbury 1899 all-masonry construction with unique adaptation to a triangular lot.
2 Academy of Our Lady of Mercy at Lauralton Hall August 31, 2011
(#11000611)
200 High St.
41°13′23″N 73°03′52″W / 41.223056°N 73.064444°W / 41.223056; -73.064444 (Academy of Our Lady of Mercy at Lauralton Hall)
Milford The oldest Catholic college-preparatory school for girls in the state.
3 Acadian House September 5, 1975
(#75001928)
Union St.
41°17′07″N 72°40′47″W / 41.285278°N 72.679722°W / 41.285278; -72.679722 (Acadian House)
Guilford Served as a refuge for Acadians expelled from Nova Scotia.
4 Allis-Bushnell House February 25, 1982
(#82004352)
853 Boston Post Rd.
41°16′45″N 72°35′33″W / 41.279167°N 72.5925°W / 41.279167; -72.5925 (Allis-Bushnell House)
Madison Built in 1785; now a historic house museum.
5 American Mills Web Shop March 10, 1983
(#83001276)
114-152 US 1
41°17′44″N 72°57′20″W / 41.295556°N 72.955556°W / 41.295556; -72.955556 (American Mills Web Shop)
West Haven Early twentieth-century Italianate industrial architecture (1903-1914).
6 William Andrew House December 27, 2002
(#02001695)
131 Old Tavern Rd.
41°15′55″N 73°00′44″W / 41.265278°N 73.012222°W / 41.265278; -73.012222 (William Andrew House)
Orange Historic 18th-century house.
7 Moses Andrews House December 1, 1978
(#78002859)
424 W. Main St.
41°32′23″N 72°49′03″W / 41.539722°N 72.8175°W / 41.539722; -72.8175 (Moses Andrews House)
Meriden Circa 1760 saltbox house.
8 Ansonia Library August 23, 1985
(#85001828)
53 South Cliff St.
41°20′43″N 73°04′37″W / 41.345278°N 73.076944°W / 41.345278; -73.076944 (Ansonia Library)
Ansonia Richardsonian Romanesque building from 1892.
9 George Atwater House January 17, 1992
(#91001921)
1845 State St.
41°19′57″N 72°54′01″W / 41.3325°N 72.900278°W / 41.3325; -72.900278 (George Atwater House)
Hamden Well-preserved 1820 vernacular farmhouse.
10 Atwater-Linton House January 17, 1992
(#91001923)
1804 State St.
41°19′53″N 72°54′01″W / 41.3314°N 72.9003°W / 41.3314; -72.9003 (Atwater-Linton House)
Hamden Home of William James Linton (1812-1897), English-born artist, engraver, author, and political reformer.
11 George Baldwin House September 15, 1977
(#77001411)
West of North Branford at 530 Foxon Rd.
41°19′54″N 72°48′17″W / 41.331667°N 72.804722°W / 41.331667; -72.804722 (George Baldwin House)
North Branford Greek Revival design attributed to Ithiel Town.
12 Timothy Baldwin House December 1, 1988
(#88002633)
186 Damascus Rd.
41°17′12″N 72°46′56″W / 41.286667°N 72.782222°W / 41.286667; -72.782222 (Timothy Baldwin House)
Branford Colonial from 1819.
13 Zaccheus Baldwin House December 1, 1988
(#88002631)
154 Damascus Rd.
41°17′10″N 72°47′09″W / 41.286111°N 72.785833°W / 41.286111; -72.785833 (Zaccheus Baldwin House)
Branford Late 18th-century Colonial.
14 Bank Street Historic District July 28, 1983
(#83001277)
207-231 Bank St.
41°33′11″N 73°02′30″W / 41.553056°N 73.041667°W / 41.553056; -73.041667 (Bank Street Historic District)
Waterbury Isolated group of four late 19th-century brick buildings, including one of only two Queen Anne commercial buildings in Waterbury.
15 John Barker House August 3, 1974
(#74002051)
898 Clintonville Rd.
41°24′46″N 72°49′29″W / 41.4127°N 72.8246°W / 41.4127; -72.8246 (John Barker House)
Wallingford Gambrel-roofed brick house from 1756.
16 Samuel Beach House December 1, 1988
(#88002634)
94 E. Main St.
41°17′13″N 72°48′24″W / 41.286944°N 72.806667°W / 41.286944; -72.806667 (Samuel Beach House)
Branford Wood-frame house built circa 1790 with a steep side-gable roof, central chimney, and clapboarded exterior.
17 Benedict-Miller House June 12, 1981
(#81000616)
32 Hillside Ave.
41°33′42″N 73°02′30″W / 41.561667°N 73.041667°W / 41.561667; -73.041667 (Benedict-Miller House)
Waterbury Queen Anne house from 1879, designed by Palliser, Palliser & Company.
18 Beth El Synagogue May 11, 1995
(#95000560)
359-375 Cooke St.
41°34′03″N 73°02′27″W / 41.5675°N 73.040833°W / 41.5675; -73.040833 (Beth El Synagogue)
Waterbury Byzantine Revival building with gold dome built in 1929.
19 Birmingham Green Historic District April 21, 2000
(#00000325)
Roughly bounded by 5th, Caroline, 4th, and Olivia Sts.
41°19′21″N 73°05′20″W / 41.32242°N 73.089026°W / 41.32242; -73.089026 (Birmingham Green Historic District)
Derby Town green surrounded by three churches, the Sterling Opera House and other historic structures.
20 Bishop School November 30, 1982
(#82001003)
178 Bishop St.
41°33′50″N 73°02′12″W / 41.563889°N 73.036667°W / 41.563889; -73.036667 (Bishop School)
Waterbury Built in 1886, with subsequent expansions, in an eclectic mix of Italianate and Romanesque Revival styles, to serve a growing immigrant population.
21 Blackstone House December 1, 1988
(#88002639)
37 1st Ave.
41°15′58″N 72°47′11″W / 41.266111°N 72.786389°W / 41.266111; -72.786389 (Blackstone House)
Branford 18th-century timber-frame structure, with a steeply pitched gabled roof, central chimney and clapboarded exterior.
22 Joseph Blakeslee House April 13, 1998
(#98000362)
1211 Barnes Rd.
41°28′47″N 72°46′03″W / 41.479722°N 72.7675°W / 41.479722; -72.7675 (Joseph Blakeslee House)
Wallingford Late 18th-century Cape style residence; collapsed and demolished in 2008.[6]
23 Timothy Bradley House December 1, 1988
(#88002630)
12 Bradley St.
41°16′36″N 72°49′14″W / 41.276667°N 72.820556°W / 41.276667; -72.820556 (Timothy Bradley House)
Branford Built circa 1730, with a gabled roof, central chimney, and clapboarded exterior; in the Canoe Brook Historic District.
24 Branford Center Historic District May 6, 1987
(#87000636)
Roughly bounded by U.S. Route 1, the Branford River on the east and the south, and Monroe and Kirkham Sts.
41°16′42″N 72°48′45″W / 41.278333°N 72.8125°W / 41.278333; -72.8125 (Branford Center Historic District)
Branford Highlights include the neoclassical town hall (1857) and James Blackstone Memorial Library (1893).
25 Branford Electric Railway Historic District June 3, 1983
(#83001278)
17 River St. to Court St.
41°15′59″N 72°51′21″W / 41.266389°N 72.855833°W / 41.266389; -72.855833 (Branford Electric Railway Historic District)
Branford and East Haven Trolley line and historic trolley collection.
26 Branford Point Historic District September 15, 1988
(#88001583)
Roughly along Harbor St. north from Curve St. to Branford Point and also Maple St. east from Reynolds St. to Harbor St.
41°15′57″N 72°49′18″W / 41.265833°N 72.821667°W / 41.265833; -72.821667 (Branford Point Historic District)
Branford Residences in a range of styles including late Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, Stick, Queen Anne, Arts and Crafts, Shingle, and Colonial Revival.
27 Bridge No. 1132 September 29, 2004
(#04001091)
CT 80 at the Hammonasset River
41°21′26″N 72°36′45″W / 41.357222°N 72.612553°W / 41.357222; -72.612553 (Bridge No. 1132)
Madison Open-spandrel concrete arch bridge built in 1934; extends into Killingworth in Middlesex County.
28 Aaron Bronson House July 29, 1993
(#93000656)
846 Southford Rd.
41°28′17″N 73°10′58″W / 41.4715°N 73.1827°W / 41.4715; -73.1827 (Aaron Bronson House)
Southbury Well-preserved Cape from about 1785.
29 Josiah Bronson House February 25, 1982
(#82004356)
Breakneck Hill Rd.
41°32′51″N 73°07′29″W / 41.5475°N 73.124722°W / 41.5475; -73.124722 (Josiah Bronson House)
Middlebury Wood-frame structure built about 1738 with a gabled roof, central chimney, and clapboarded exterior. The Marquis de Lafayette and his troops camped in the area during the American Revolutionary War in 1781 and 1782.
30 Buckingham House July 25, 1977
(#77001406)
61 North St.
41°13′42″N 73°03′25″W / 41.228333°N 73.056944°W / 41.228333; -73.056944 (Buckingham House)
Milford Circa 1725 house with beaded front clapboards, dutch doors, and beautifully designed interior woodwork.
31 Bullet Hill School February 23, 1972
(#72001346)
Main St. and Seymour Rd.
41°28′56″N 73°12′50″W / 41.482222°N 73.213889°W / 41.482222; -73.213889 (Bullet Hill School)
Southbury One of the oldest brick school buildings in Connecticut.
32 Thomas Burgis II House December 28, 2000
(#00001562)
85 Boston St.
41°16′56″N 72°40′41″W / 41.282222°N 72.678056°W / 41.282222; -72.678056 (Thomas Burgis II House)
Guilford Circa 1735 Colonial saltbox house.
33 Canoe Brook Historic District April 11, 2002
(#02000335)
Roughly along Bradley St., Cherry Hill Rd., Home Place, Lincoln Ave., and Main and N. Harbor Sts.
41°16′37″N 72°49′21″W / 41.276944°N 72.8225°W / 41.276944; -72.8225 (Canoe Brook Historic District)
Branford Residential area first settled in the 1680s; includes the Harrison House Museum and the Thomas Harrison House, the district's oldest surviving buildings.
34 Dr. Andrew Castle House March 31, 2000
(#00000299)
555 Amity Rd.
41°22′38″N 73°00′04″W / 41.377222°N 73.001111°W / 41.377222; -73.001111 (Dr. Andrew Castle House)
Woodbridge High-style Greek Revival from 1838; home of three prominent local physicians.
35 Center Street Cemetery August 1, 1997
(#97000833)
2 Center St.
41°27′19″N 72°49′26″W / 41.455278°N 72.823889°W / 41.455278; -72.823889 (Center Street Cemetery)
Wallingford Dating from about 1670, this cemetery has memorials to Lyman Hall and Moses Yale Beach.
36 Charter Oak Firehouse March 17, 1994
(#94000255)
105 Hanover St.
41°32′12″N 72°48′24″W / 41.536667°N 72.806667°W / 41.536667; -72.806667 (Charter Oak Firehouse)
Meriden Romanesque building from 1876 with prominent four-story tower.
37 Chatfield Farmstead March 15, 2010
(#10000061)
265 Seymour Rd.
41°23′36″N 73°02′35″W / 41.393386°N 73.043094°W / 41.393386; -73.043094 (Chatfield Farmstead)
Woodbridge Gothic revival main house and three level bank barn.
38 Cheshire Historic District August 29, 1986
(#86002793)
Roughly bounded by Main St., Highland Ave., Wallingford Rd., S. Main, Cornwall, and Spring Sts.
41°29′50″N 72°54′15″W / 41.497222°N 72.904167°W / 41.497222; -72.904167 (Cheshire Historic District)
Cheshire Noteworthy eighteenth and nineteenth century structures including the Cheshire Town Hall, Congregational Church, Hitchcock-Phillips House and Abijah Beach Tavern.
39 Colony Street-West Main Street Historic District September 4, 1987
(#87001387)
1-62 Colony, 55 Grove, 1-119 and 82-110 W. Main Sts.
41°32′19″N 72°48′17″W / 41.538611°N 72.804722°W / 41.538611; -72.804722 (Colony Street-West Main Street Historic District)
Meriden Commercial and mixed residential-commercial buildings built from about 1850 to 1940.
40 Congregation Mishkan Israel May 20, 2021
(#100006598)
785 Ridge Rd.
41°21′22″N 72°54′04″W / 41.3562°N 72.9011°W / 41.3562; -72.9011 (Congregation Mishkan Israel)
Hamden Mid-twentieth-century modern synagogue; congregation long associated with the civil rights movement.
41 Curtis Memorial Library April 27, 1981
(#81000618)
175 E. Main St.
41°32′08″N 72°47′53″W / 41.535556°N 72.798056°W / 41.535556; -72.798056 (Curtis Memorial Library)
Meriden Classical revival built in 1903 from white Vermont marble and topped with a copper dome.
42 Reuben Curtiss House July 29, 1993
(#93000658)
1770 Bucks Hill Rd.
41°28′33″N 73°10′11″W / 41.4758°N 73.1697°W / 41.4758; -73.1697 (Reuben Curtiss House)
Southbury Built in 1840, incorporating earlier elements, resulting in a blend of Colonial and Greek Revival styles.
43 Thomas Darling House and Tavern January 17, 1979
(#79002639)
East of Woodbridge at 1907 Litchfield Turnpike
41°21′41″N 72°58′59″W / 41.3614°N 72.9830°W / 41.3614; -72.9830 (Thomas Darling House and Tavern)
Woodbridge Well-preserved Colonial Cape from 1774.
44 James Alexis Darling House September 4, 2020
(#100005527)
1932 Litchfield Trnpk. (CT 69)
41°21′53″N 72°58′56″W / 41.3646°N 72.9822°W / 41.3646; -72.9822 (James Alexis Darling House)
Woodbridge Greek revival farmhouse from 1842.
45 Depot Street Bridge March 9, 2007
(#07000108)
Depot St.
41°26′31″N 73°03′48″W / 41.4419°N 73.0633°W / 41.4419; -73.0633 (Depot Street Bridge)
Beacon Falls Parker through truss
46 Jonathan Dickerman II House April 15, 1982
(#82004351)
105 Mt. Carmel Ave.
41°25′11″N 72°54′02″W / 41.4197°N 72.9006°W / 41.4197; -72.9006 (Jonathan Dickerman II House)
Hamden Build about 1795, a well-preserved and unusual example of late Georgian architecture.
47 Downtown Seymour Historic District August 25, 1983
(#83001279)
Roughly bounded by the Naugatuck River, Main, Wakeley, and DeForest Sts.
41°23′39″N 73°04′28″W / 41.3942°N 73.0744°W / 41.3942; -73.0744 (Downtown Seymour Historic District)
Seymour Late-nineteenth and early twentieth-century commercial, civic, industrial and residential buildings reflect the town’s historical development.
48 Downtown Waterbury Historic District August 3, 1983
(#83001280)
Roughly bounded by Main, Meadow, and Elm Sts.
41°33′19″N 73°02′34″W / 41.5553°N 73.0428°W / 41.5553; -73.0428 (Downtown Waterbury Historic District)
Waterbury Historic core of downtown Waterbury, with most buildings from era after early 20th-century fire.
49 Dudleytown Historic District August 9, 1991
(#91000951)
Roughly Clapboard Hill Rd. from Tanner Marsh Rd. to Murray Ln., East River Rd. southeast to Trailwood Dr., and Duck Hole Rd.
41°17′58″N 72°39′29″W / 41.2994°N 72.6581°W / 41.2994; -72.6581 (Dudleytown Historic District)
Guilford
50 East Haven Green Historic District April 11, 2002
(#02000336)
263, 270, 274 Hemingway Ave., 125, 129, 133, 139, 143, 150 Main St., 3, 7, 11, 15, 23, 27, 39, 47 Park Pl., and 58 and 100 River St.
41°16′28″N 72°52′03″W / 41.2744°N 72.8675°W / 41.2744; -72.8675 (East Haven Green Historic District)
East Haven
51 East Haven High School April 23, 2020
(#100005190)
200 Tyler St.
41°16′31″N 72°52′34″W / 41.2753°N 72.8761°W / 41.2753; -72.8761 (East Haven High School)
East Haven Three-story masonry former high school built in 1936.
52 East Rock Park April 15, 1997
(#97000299)
Roughly bounded by State, Davis, and Livingston Sts., Park and Mitchell Drs., and Whitney Ave.
41°19′41″N 72°54′21″W / 41.3281°N 72.9058°W / 41.3281; -72.9058 (East Rock Park)
Hamden Park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted
53 Edgerton September 19, 1988
(#88001469)
840 Whitney Ave.
41°20′04″N 72°54′51″W / 41.3345°N 72.9143°W / 41.3345; -72.9143 (Edgerton)
Hamden This 20-acre (8.1 ha) historic district is a public park, the site of the estate of Frederick F. Brewster, the industrialist. The 1909 mansion was demolished in 1964 leaving the gatehouse, carriage house, greenhouses, other structures, and landscaped grounds.[7]: 4, 6  Extends into New Haven.
54 Eells-Stow House June 17, 1977
(#77001407)
34 High St.
41°13′08″N 73°03′28″W / 41.2189°N 73.0578°W / 41.2189; -73.0578 (Eells-Stow House)
Milford The oldest portions of this saltbox date to about 1700.
55 Jared Eliot House November 14, 1985
(#85002792)
88 Old Chaffinch Island Rd.
41°16′17″N 72°41′17″W / 41.2714°N 72.6881°W / 41.2714; -72.6881 (Jared Eliot House)
Guilford Built in 1723 by Jared Eliot, minister, physician, author and agriculturalist.
56 Elton Hotel June 30, 1983
(#83001282)
16-30 W. Main St.
41°33′24″N 73°02′30″W / 41.5567°N 73.0417°W / 41.5567; -73.0417 (Elton Hotel)
Waterbury 1906 Second Renaissance Revival hotel built in wake of fire to replace lost Scovill Hotel
57 Falkner's Island Lighthouse May 29, 1990
(#89001467)
Long Island Sound, 5 miles south of Guilford
41°12′42″N 72°39′15″W / 41.2117°N 72.6542°W / 41.2117; -72.6542 (Falkner's Island Lighthouse)
Guilford Commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson and constructed in 1802.
58 Farmington Canal-New Haven and Northampton Canal September 12, 1985
(#85002664)
Roughly from Suffield in Hartford County to New Haven in New Haven County
41°19′26″N 72°55′51″W / 41.3239°N 72.9308°W / 41.3239; -72.9308 (Farmington Canal-New Haven and Northampton Canal)
Hamden, Cheshire, and New Haven Built as a canal, later became a railroad line, and now a multi-use trail. Extends into New Haven as well as into Hartford County.
59 Farmington Canal Lock February 16, 1973
(#73001949)
487 N. Brooksvale Rd.
41°28′34″N 72°55′23″W / 41.4761°N 72.9231°W / 41.4761; -72.9231 (Farmington Canal Lock)
Cheshire 1822 lock on the Farmington Canal
60 Farmington Canal Lock No. 13 May 6, 1982
(#82004350)
Brooksvale Ave.
41°27′32″N 72°55′06″W / 41.4589°N 72.9183°W / 41.4589; -72.9183 (Farmington Canal Lock No. 13)
Hamden Unrestored lock on the Farmington Canal
61 First Congregational Church of Cheshire February 16, 1973
(#73001950)
111 Church Dr.
41°29′53″N 72°54′13″W / 41.4981°N 72.9036°W / 41.4981; -72.9036 (First Congregational Church of Cheshire)
Cheshire Federal-style church designed by David Hoadley and built in 1827.
62 First Congregational Church of East Haven March 25, 1982
(#82004349)
251 Main St.
41°16′41″N 72°52′19″W / 41.2781°N 72.8719°W / 41.2781; -72.8719 (First Congregational Church of East Haven)
East Haven One of Connecticut's few surviving pre-Revolutionary churches and one of New England's oldest stone churches.
63 Fourth District School August 29, 1985
(#85001917)
Old Post Rd.
41°23′41″N 72°47′28″W / 41.3947°N 72.7911°W / 41.3947; -72.7911 (Fourth District School)
North Branford Late 18th-century wood-frame schoolhouse; moved from its original location in 1928, with a major restoration in 1965.
64 Edward Frisbie Homestead May 16, 1985
(#85001058)
240 Stony Creek Rd.
41°16′31″N 72°45′27″W / 41.275278°N 72.7575°W / 41.275278; -72.7575 (Edward Frisbie Homestead)
Branford Elegant circa 1790 clapboard house.
65 Edward Frisbie House December 1, 1988
(#88002638)
699 E. Main St.
41°18′15″N 72°45′22″W / 41.304167°N 72.756111°W / 41.304167; -72.756111 (Edward Frisbie House)
Branford Fine Georgian house from about 1750.
66 Lewis Fulton Memorial Park December 27, 1990
(#90001951)
Roughly bounded by Cook, Pine, Fern and Charlotte Sts.
41°34′14″N 73°02′22″W / 41.5706°N 73.0394°W / 41.5706; -73.0394 (Lewis Fulton Memorial Park)
Waterbury Designed by the Olmsted Brothers landscape architects and largely completed by 1925.
67 Solomon Goffe House January 16, 1979
(#79002645)
677 N. Colony St.
41°33′10″N 72°47′19″W / 41.552778°N 72.788611°W / 41.552778; -72.788611 (Solomon Goffe House)
Meriden Historic saltbox house
68 Griswold House October 10, 1975
(#75001929)
Boston St.
41°17′00″N 72°40′29″W / 41.283333°N 72.674722°W / 41.283333; -72.674722 (Griswold House)
Guilford Late 18th-century saltbox house. The property also includes a blacksmith shop, a barn, two corn cribs and a three-seat outhouse.
69 Guilford Historic Town Center July 6, 1976
(#76001988)
Bounded by West River, Interstate 95, East Creek and Long Island Sound
41°16′49″N 72°40′37″W / 41.280278°N 72.676944°W / 41.280278; -72.676944 (Guilford Historic Town Center)
Guilford
70 Hamden Bank & Trust Building March 1, 1990
(#90000148)
1 Circular Ave.
41°20′47″N 72°56′04″W / 41.346389°N 72.934444°W / 41.346389; -72.934444 (Hamden Bank & Trust Building)
Hamden Classical Revival building from 1927.
71 Hamden High School December 12, 1994
(#94001378)
2040 Dixwell Ave.
41°22′03″N 72°55′19″W / 41.3675°N 72.921944°W / 41.3675; -72.921944 (Hamden High School)
Hamden Built in 1935 during the Great Depression with a prominent golden cupola atop a clock tower.
72 Hamden Memorial Town Hall April 12, 2001
(#01000355)
2372 Whitney Ave.
41°23′02″N 72°54′09″W / 41.383889°N 72.9025°W / 41.383889; -72.9025 (Hamden Memorial Town Hall)
Hamden Colonial Revival building with Neo-Classical details completed in 1924.
73 Hamilton Park August 15, 1996
(#96000846)
Roughly bounded by Silver St., E. Main St., Idylwood Ave., Plank Rd., the Mad River, and Interstate 84
41°32′36″N 73°01′04″W / 41.543333°N 73.017778°W / 41.543333; -73.017778 (Hamilton Park)
Waterbury Oldest park in Waterbury, founded in 1898.
74 Hammonasset Paper Mill Site February 23, 1996
(#96000128)
Green Hill Road at the Hammonasset River[8]
41°19′27″N 72°35′36″W / 41.3241°N 72.5932°W / 41.3241; -72.5932 (Hammonasset Paper Mill Site)
Madison Industrial archaeological site containing the remains of a paper mill built in 1865 and operated until 1890. Extends into Killingworth in Middlesex County.
75 Thomas Harrison House December 1, 1988
(#88002644)
23 N. Harbor St.
41°16′34″N 72°49′23″W / 41.276111°N 72.823056°W / 41.276111; -72.823056 (Thomas Harrison House)
Branford Early 18th-century gambrel-roofed clapboard house.
76 Hebrew Congregation of Woodmont July 21, 1995
(#95000860)
15 and 17 Edgefield Ave.
41°13′33″N 73°00′05″W / 41.225833°N 73.001389°W / 41.225833; -73.001389 (Hebrew Congregation of Woodmont)
Milford Historic summer synagogue from 1926
77 Enoch Hibbard House and George Granniss House April 9, 1979
(#79002640)
33 and 41 Church St.
41°33′21″N 73°02′37″W / 41.5558°N 73.043638°W / 41.5558; -73.043638 (Enoch Hibbard House and George Granniss House)
Waterbury An adjoining pair of Italianate houses. The Hibbard house was built in 1864 with a square cupola. The Granniss house was built in 1868 with Stick style elements.
78 Hillside Historic District August 20, 1987
(#87001384)
Roughly bounded by Woodlawn Terrace, W. Main, and Willow
41°33′37″N 73°02′28″W / 41.560278°N 73.041111°W / 41.560278; -73.041111 (Hillside Historic District)
Waterbury Residential district with a range of styles including Greek Revival, Queen Anne, and Colonial Revival developed between 1840 and 1920. Highlights include the Wilby High School and the Benedict-Miller House, both also listed separately.
79 Isaac Hoadley House December 1, 1988
(#88002647)
9 Totoket Rd.
41°16′52″N 72°46′32″W / 41.281111°N 72.775556°W / 41.281111; -72.775556 (Isaac Hoadley House)
Branford Georgian residence from 1757 with later Greek Revival additions.
80 John Hoadley House December 1, 1988
(#88002674)
213 Leete's Island Rd.
41°17′14″N 72°45′33″W / 41.287222°N 72.759167°W / 41.287222; -72.759167 (John Hoadley House)
Branford 1810 late colonial saltbox.
81 Orrin Hoadley House December 1, 1988
(#88002646)
15 Sunset Hill Rd.
41°17′00″N 72°46′53″W / 41.283333°N 72.781389°W / 41.283333; -72.781389 (Orrin Hoadley House)
Branford Circa 1785 late colonial residence.
82 Home Woolen Company November 29, 1984
(#84000410)
Main St.
41°26′34″N 73°03′45″W / 41.442778°N 73.0625°W / 41.442778; -73.0625 (Home Woolen Company)
Beacon Falls Monumental industrial complex stands as a reminder of the social and economic history of the town.
83 David Hotchkiss House May 1, 1981
(#81000617)
Waterbury Rd.
41°30′44″N 72°59′05″W / 41.512222°N 72.984722°W / 41.512222; -72.984722 (David Hotchkiss House)
Prospect Federal residence built in 1820; now a museum.
84 House at 161 Damascus Road December 1, 1988
(#88002632)
161 Damascus Rd.
41°17′07″N 72°46′53″W / 41.285278°N 72.781389°W / 41.285278; -72.781389 (House at 161 Damascus Road)
Branford Mid-18th-century colonial residence.
85 House at 29 Flat Rock Road December 1, 1988
(#88002640)
29 Flat Rock Rd.
41°17′06″N 72°45′19″W / 41.2851°N 72.7553°W / 41.2851; -72.7553 (House at 29 Flat Rock Road)
Branford Late 18th century vernacular farmhouse.
86 Eliphalet Howd House December 1, 1988
(#88002637)
675 E. Main St.
41°18′10″N 72°45′28″W / 41.302778°N 72.757778°W / 41.302778; -72.757778 (Eliphalet Howd House)
Branford 18th-century two-story Georgian residence.
87 Howd-Linsley House December 10, 1986
(#86003382)
1795 Middletown Ave.
41°24′34″N 72°46′06″W / 41.409444°N 72.768333°W / 41.409444; -72.768333 (Howd-Linsley House)
North Branford 18th-century saltbox.
88 John I. Howe House February 6, 1989
(#88003229)
213 Caroline St.
41°19′24″N 73°05′16″W / 41.323333°N 73.087778°W / 41.323333; -73.087778 (John I. Howe House)
Derby Home of pin manufacturing pioneer
89 Hubbard Park December 15, 1997
(#97001466)
Roughly bounded by W. Main St., Interstate 691, CT 66, Reservoir Ave., Edgewood Dr., and Berlin and Southington town lines
41°33′45″N 72°50′05″W / 41.5625°N 72.834722°W / 41.5625; -72.834722 (Hubbard Park)
Meriden and, in Hartford County, Berlin and Southington 1,800 acres (7.3 km2) and home to Castle Craig
90 Gen. David Humphreys House March 17, 1972
(#72001321)
37 Elm St.
41°19′52″N 73°04′30″W / 41.331111°N 73.075°W / 41.331111; -73.075 (Gen. David Humphreys House)
Ansonia Built in the 1690s, this house was the birthplace of the American Revolutionary War Colonel David Humphreys, friend of and aide de camp to General George Washington.
91 William Hurd House July 29, 1993
(#93000659)
327 Hulls Hill Rd.
41°27′25″N 73°10′29″W / 41.456944°N 73.174722°W / 41.456944; -73.174722 (William Hurd House)
Southbury Federal structure built in the late 18th century and enlarged about 1820.
92 Hurley Road Historic District July 29, 1993
(#93000662)
6 and 17 Hurley Rd.
41°28′33″N 73°09′31″W / 41.475833°N 73.158611°W / 41.475833; -73.158611 (Hurley Road Historic District)
Southbury A pair of properties built by cousins in the early 19th-century including Federal and Greek Revival houses and other outbuildings.
93 Hyland-Wildman House March 26, 1976
(#76001989)
Boston St.
41°16′57″N 72°40′43″W / 41.2825°N 72.678611°W / 41.2825; -72.678611 (Hyland-Wildman House)
Guilford Saltbox built about 1713 and extensively restored in 1917.
94 Ives-Baldwin House May 1, 2003
(#03000308)
474 Baldwin Ave.
41°32′39″N 72°45′42″W / 41.5443°N 72.7616°W / 41.5443; -72.7616 (Ives-Baldwin House)
Meriden Traditional Georgian farmhouse built about 1798.
95 Elam Ives House October 12, 2010
(#10000832)
95 Ives St.
41°24′13″N 72°53′43″W / 41.403611°N 72.895278°W / 41.403611; -72.895278 (Elam Ives House)
Hamden Wood-frame structure built in 1790 with a gabled roof, central chimney, and shingled exterior.
96 Alphonso Johnson House January 17, 1992
(#91001922)
1 Gilbert Ave.
41°21′26″N 72°56′15″W / 41.357222°N 72.9375°W / 41.357222; -72.9375 (Alphonso Johnson House)
Hamden Distinctive Greek Revival with Italianate features built in 1859.
97 Franklin Johnson House November 23, 1998
(#98001420)
153 S. Main St.
41°27′06″N 72°49′15″W / 41.451667°N 72.820833°W / 41.451667; -72.820833 (Franklin Johnson House)
Wallingford 1866 Italianate house with stylistically similar multi-seat outhouse.
98 Theophilus Jones House January 30, 1992
(#91001981)
40 Jones Rd.
41°26′51″N 72°51′10″W / 41.4475°N 72.852778°W / 41.4475; -72.852778 (Theophilus Jones House)
Wallingford Built about 1740 and restored in the 1940s by Charles F. Montgomery.
99 John Kendrick House April 12, 1982
(#82004360)
119 W. Main St.
41°33′22″N 73°02′36″W / 41.556111°N 73.043333°W / 41.556111; -73.043333 (John Kendrick House)
Waterbury 1865 brick Italianate house is one of the few remaining residential structures on the Waterbury Green.
100 Kraus Corset Factory February 12, 1987
(#87000128)
Roosevelt Dr. and 3rd St.
41°19′13″N 73°05′29″W / 41.320278°N 73.091389°W / 41.320278; -73.091389 (Kraus Corset Factory)
Derby This factory, originally built in 1879, is the only major survivor from Derby's period of corset manufacturing.
101 Laurel Beach Casino November 1, 2018
(#100003074)
102 6th Ave.
41°11′04″N 73°05′43″W / 41.1845°N 73.0954°W / 41.1845; -73.0954 (Laurel Beach Casino)
Milford Colonial Revival from 1929, with a large hall and a bowling alley. Not a casino; used for dances, concerts, and other social gatherings.
102 Pelatiah Leete House October 1, 1974
(#74002048)
Southwest of Guilford off CT 146
41°15′58″N 72°42′53″W / 41.2661°N 72.7148°W / 41.2661; -72.7148 (Pelatiah Leete House)
Guilford Built in 1710 with some Greek Revival elements and a saltbox profile.
103 Isaac C. Lewis Cottage July 25, 1997
(#97000811)
255 Thimble Islands Rd.
41°15′46″N 72°45′00″W / 41.262778°N 72.75°W / 41.262778; -72.75 (Isaac C. Lewis Cottage)
Branford Eclectic late-Victorian seaside summer house built in 1882.
104 Little Pootatuck Brook Archeological Site June 28, 1990
(#90000980)
Address Restricted
Southbury Believed to be one of the last habitation sites of the Pootatuck tribe.
105 Madison Green Historic District June 28, 1982
(#82004353)
446-589 Boston Post Rd. and structures surrounding the green
41°16′41″N 72°36′19″W / 41.278056°N 72.605278°W / 41.278056; -72.605278 (Madison Green Historic District)
Madison
106 Maltby-Stevens Factory Site January 27, 2000
(#99001668)
Address Restricted
North Branford Remnants of a 19th-century factory that produced an array of products including buttons and dried coconut.
107 Marion Historic District December 21, 1988
(#88001423)
Along Marion Ave. and Meriden-Waterbury Turnpike
41°33′50″N 72°55′29″W / 41.563889°N 72.924722°W / 41.563889; -72.924722 (Marion Historic District)
Cheshire Highlights of the district include the Levi B. Frost House, the Barnes-Frost House, the Miles Upson House, and the Lester Beecher House. Extends into Southington; see the Southington list.
108 Richard Mansfield House March 11, 1971
(#71000906)
35 Jewett St.
41°20′23″N 73°04′14″W / 41.339722°N 73.070556°W / 41.339722; -73.070556 (Richard Mansfield House)
Ansonia Saltbox built about 1700. Owned by prominent loyalist Episcopal minister.
109 Matthews and Willard Factory January 14, 1988
(#87002419)
16 Cherry Ave.
41°33′24″N 73°02′10″W / 41.556667°N 73.036111°W / 41.556667; -73.036111 (Matthews and Willard Factory)
Waterbury Brass industry factory complex; now demolished.
110 Medad Stone Tavern January 30, 2009
(#08001378)
197 Three Mile Course
41°17′03″N 72°41′46″W / 41.284167°N 72.696111°W / 41.284167; -72.696111 (Medad Stone Tavern)
Guilford 1803 Federal residence; never actually used as a tavern.
111 Meeting House Hill Historic District December 14, 1987
(#87002132)
Roughly bounded by Long Hill, Great Hill, and Ledge Hill Rds.
41°22′00″N 72°43′42″W / 41.366667°N 72.728333°W / 41.366667; -72.728333 (Meeting House Hill Historic District)
Guilford
112 Meigs-Bishop House June 16, 1988
(#88000745)
45 Wall St.
41°16′52″N 72°35′40″W / 41.281111°N 72.594444°W / 41.281111; -72.594444 (Meigs-Bishop House)
Madison Saltbox; earliest portion built circa 1690.
113 Meriden Curtain Fixture Company Factory December 4, 1986
(#86003290)
122 Charles St.
41°31′52″N 72°47′30″W / 41.531111°N 72.791667°W / 41.531111; -72.791667 (Meriden Curtain Fixture Company Factory)
Meriden Factory complex buildings, built in 1892, of brick with brownstone foundations and sills. All have a distinctive decorative band of terra cotta tiles below the eaves.
114 Middlebury Center Historic District May 9, 1985
(#85001019)
Roughly bounded by Library Rd., North and South Sts., and Whittemore Rd.
41°31′35″N 73°07′33″W / 41.526389°N 73.125833°W / 41.526389; -73.125833 (Middlebury Center Historic District)
Middlebury Civic, religious and residential structures from the 18th to early 20th century.
115 Milford Point Hotel January 22, 1988
(#87002417)
Milford Point Rd.
41°10′33″N 73°06′07″W / 41.175833°N 73.101944°W / 41.175833; -73.101944 (Milford Point Hotel)
Milford One of the oldest surviving coastal hotel buildings in the state; now the Connecticut Audubon Society Coastal Center.
116 Henry F. Miller House April 25, 2001
(#01000399)
30 Derby Ave.
41°18′02″N 72°59′15″W / 41.300556°N 72.9875°W / 41.300556; -72.9875 (Henry F. Miller House)
Orange International style house
117 Mount Carmel Congregational Church and Parish House December 27, 1991
(#91001847)
3280 and 3284 Whitney Ave., 195 Sherman Ave.
41°24′50″N 72°54′09″W / 41.413889°N 72.9025°W / 41.413889; -72.9025 (Mount Carmel Congregational Church and Parish House)
Hamden 1840 Greek Revival church and 1911 Colonial Revival parish house.
118 Jonathan Murray House April 12, 1982
(#82004354)
76 Scotland Rd.
41°17′11″N 72°34′49″W / 41.286389°N 72.580278°W / 41.286389; -72.580278 (Jonathan Murray House)
Madison First Period residence built about 1690.
119 Naugatuck Center Historic District July 30, 1999
(#99000859)
Roughly bounded by Fairview Ave., Hillside Ave., Terrace Ave., Water St., and Pleasant View St.
41°29′29″N 73°03′27″W / 41.491389°N 73.0575°W / 41.491389; -73.0575 (Naugatuck Center Historic District)
Naugatuck
120 Nehemiah Royce House August 24, 1998
(#98000966)
538 N. Main St.
41°27′59″N 72°48′48″W / 41.466389°N 72.813333°W / 41.466389; -72.813333 (Nehemiah Royce House)
Wallingford 1672 saltbox house, visited twice by George Washington.
121 New England Cement Company Kiln and Quarry April 25, 2001
(#00001454)
Address Restricted
41°22′36″N 72°58′40″W / 41.376667°N 72.977778°W / 41.376667; -72.977778 (New England Cement Company Kiln and Quarry)
Woodbridge Archaeological industrial site
122 Norcross Brothers Granite Quarry June 6, 2003
(#03000315)
Quarry Rd.
41°17′01″N 72°44′32″W / 41.283611°N 72.742222°W / 41.283611; -72.742222 (Norcross Brothers Granite Quarry)
Branford Opened in 1887 and supplied granite for the base of the Statue of Liberty, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Marshall Field and Company Building, among others.
123 North Branford Center Historic District December 9, 1999
(#99001472)
Roughly along Church and North Sts.
41°19′46″N 72°45′52″W / 41.329444°N 72.764444°W / 41.329444; -72.764444 (North Branford Center Historic District)
North Branford
124 Northford Center Historic District December 31, 2002
(#02001629)
Roughly along Middletown Ave. and parts of Old Post Rd.
41°24′00″N 72°46′59″W / 41.4°N 72.783056°W / 41.4; -72.783056 (Northford Center Historic District)
North Branford
125 Norton House December 1, 1988
(#88002645)
200 Pine Orchard Rd.
41°16′16″N 72°46′57″W / 41.2710°N 72.7825°W / 41.2710; -72.7825 (Norton House)
Branford Circa 1715 saltbox house
126 Old West Haven High School October 24, 1985
(#85003368)
278 Main St.
41°16′23″N 72°56′49″W / 41.2731°N 72.9469°W / 41.2731; -72.9469 (Old West Haven High School)
West Haven Classical Revival school, converted to residential; also formerly the Giannotti Junior High School.
127 Orange Center Historic District August 10, 1989
(#89001089)
Roughly Orange Center Rd. from Orange Cemetery to Nan Dr.
41°16′36″N 73°01′40″W / 41.276667°N 73.027778°W / 41.276667; -73.027778 (Orange Center Historic District)
Orange Includes the federal style 1810 Orange Congregational Church by David Hoadley and the 1878 stick style Academy schoolhouse
128 Osbornedale June 13, 1986
(#86001256)
500 Hawthorne Ave.
41°19′51″N 73°06′27″W / 41.330833°N 73.1075°W / 41.330833; -73.1075 (Osbornedale)
Derby Historic nineteenth-century farmhouse
129 Overlook Historic District June 7, 1988
(#88000662)
Roughly bounded by Hecla St., Farmington and Columbia Boulevard, Cables Ave. and Clowes Terrace, and Lincoln and Fiske Sts.
41°34′13″N 73°02′54″W / 41.570278°N 73.048333°W / 41.570278; -73.048333 (Overlook Historic District)
Waterbury Includes a fine concentration of residential architecture from the early 20th century, in Colonial Revival, as well as Queen Anne and Craftsman styles.
130 Palace Theater June 30, 1983
(#83001284)
86-110 E. Main St.
41°33′19″N 73°02′23″W / 41.555278°N 73.039722°W / 41.555278; -73.039722 (Palace Theater)
Waterbury Renaissance Revival structure built in 1921 with extensve renovation in 2004.
131 Hezekiah Palmer House December 1, 1988
(#88002641)
340-408 Leete's Island Rd.
41°16′30″N 72°45′25″W / 41.275°N 72.756944°W / 41.275; -72.756944 (Hezekiah Palmer House)
Branford Early 19th century house with transitional Colonial/Greek Revival styling.
132 Isaac Palmer House December 1, 1988
(#88002643)
736-756 Main St.
41°16′47″N 72°48′57″W / 41.279722°N 72.815833°W / 41.279722; -72.815833 (Isaac Palmer House)
Branford Circa 1810 Federal residence.
133 Samuel Parsons House April 12, 1982
(#82004358)
180 S. Main St.
41°27′04″N 72°49′14″W / 41.451111°N 72.820556°W / 41.451111; -72.820556 (Samuel Parsons House)
Wallingford Georgian residence built in 1770.
134 Pine Orchard Union Chapel July 19, 2000
(#00000815)
25 Chapel Dr.
41°16′00″N 72°46′34″W / 41.2667°N 72.7760°W / 41.2667; -72.7760 (Pine Orchard Union Chapel)
Branford Queen-Anne seasonal resort chapel from 1897.
135 Pines Bridge Historic District May 27, 1988
(#88000577)
3-17 Bishop St., 70-99 Old Broadway, 2-10 Philip Pl., and 9-56 State St.
41°23′15″N 72°52′23″W / 41.3875°N 72.873056°W / 41.3875; -72.873056 (Pines Bridge Historic District)
North Haven
136 Pistol Factory Dwelling December 27, 1991
(#91001846)
1322 Whitney Ave.
41°20′57″N 72°54′51″W / 41.349167°N 72.914167°W / 41.349167; -72.914167 (Pistol Factory Dwelling)
Hamden Greek Revival worker's boarding house, built by Eli Whitney Jr., son of Eli Whitney, in 1845.
137 Elisha Pitkin House April 6, 1979
(#79002646)
173 High Woods Dr.
41°18′56″N 72°42′07″W / 41.315556°N 72.701944°W / 41.315556; -72.701944 (Elisha Pitkin House)
Guilford The oldest portion dates from 1690. The house was moved from East Hartford in the 1950s.
138 Plaster House July 29, 1993
(#93000660)
117 Plaster House Rd.
41°27′00″N 73°10′01″W / 41.45°N 73.166944°W / 41.45; -73.166944 (Plaster House)
Southbury Mid-18th-century residence built out of rubble stone and covered in stucco.
139 Col. Asa Platt House December 31, 2002
(#02001630)
2 Tyler City Rd.
41°17′12″N 73°00′41″W / 41.286667°N 73.011389°W / 41.286667; -73.011389 (Col. Asa Platt House)
Orange Federal-style house from 1810
140 Prospect Green Historic District June 16, 2000
(#00000560)
2, 8, 10, 12, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, and 30 Center St.
41°30′04″N 72°58′42″W / 41.501111°N 72.978333°W / 41.501111; -72.978333 (Prospect Green Historic District)
Prospect
141 Quaker Farms Historic District August 9, 1991
(#91000993)
467-511 Quaker Farms Rd.
41°25′34″N 73°09′24″W / 41.426111°N 73.156667°W / 41.426111; -73.156667 (Quaker Farms Historic District)
Oxford
142 Red Bridge December 10, 1993
(#93001345)
Near Oregon Rd. over the Quinnipiac River
41°31′20″N 72°50′20″W / 41.522222°N 72.838889°W / 41.522222; -72.838889 (Red Bridge)
Meriden Lenticular truss
143 Nathaniel Richardson House September 19, 1977
(#77001405)
Northeast of Middlebury on Kelly Rd.
41°32′40″N 73°05′37″W / 41.544444°N 73.093611°W / 41.544444; -73.093611 (Nathaniel Richardson House)
Middlebury Built about 1800, this house is no longer standing.
144 Rising Sun Tavern August 21, 1979
(#79002638)
Old Tavern Lane
41°22′20″N 72°49′27″W / 41.372222°N 72.824167°W / 41.372222; -72.824167 (Rising Sun Tavern)
North Haven Well-preserved 18th-century tavern house
145 River Park Historic District August 14, 1986
(#86002648)
Roughly bounded by Boston Post Rd., Cherry St. and Amtrak line, and High St.
41°13′38″N 73°03′30″W / 41.227222°N 73.058333°W / 41.227222; -73.058333 (River Park Historic District)
Milford Centered around a series of parks along the Wepawaug River encompassing the residential and civic heart of the city. Highlights include the Thomas Buckingham House, the town hall (1916) and the Congregational Church (1823).
146 Riverside Cemetery September 20, 1988
(#88001525)
Riverside St. from Sunnyside to Summit Sts.
41°32′52″N 73°02′57″W / 41.547778°N 73.049167°W / 41.547778; -73.049167 (Riverside Cemetery)
Waterbury Dedicated in 1853, this cemetery on the bank of the Naugatuck River includes an array of funerary monuments in gothic, neo-classical, and romantic styles.
147 John Rogers House December 1, 1988
(#88002642)
690 Leete's Island Rd.
41°16′12″N 72°44′14″W / 41.27°N 72.737222°W / 41.27; -72.737222 (John Rogers House)
Branford Well-preserved and researched 18th-century New England Colonial house.
148 Route 146 Historic District April 5, 1990
(#90000569)
Route 146 between Flat Rock Rd. and West River bridge
41°16′07″N 72°42′50″W / 41.268611°N 72.713889°W / 41.268611; -72.713889 (Route 146 Historic District)
Branford and Guilford Rural residential architecture with styles covering from the early 18th to early 20th centuries. Highlights include the John Rogers House and the Pelatiah Leete House.
149 Russian Village Historic District December 8, 1988
(#88002687)
Roughly Kiev Dr. and Russian Village Rd. between U.S. Route 6 and the Pomperaug River
41°26′56″N 73°15′10″W / 41.448889°N 73.252778°W / 41.448889; -73.252778 (Russian Village Historic District)
Southbury Summer colony for Russian emigres founded in the 1920s with distinctive Russian touches in the houses and a small chapel.
150 Sabbathday House October 10, 1975
(#75001931)
19 Union St.
41°17′07″N 72°40′50″W / 41.285278°N 72.680556°W / 41.285278; -72.680556 (Sabbathday House)
Guilford House built about 1735 for sheltering church-goers between morning and afternoon services.
151 Salem School November 3, 1983
(#83003582)
124 Meadow St.
41°29′26″N 73°03′27″W / 41.490556°N 73.0575°W / 41.490556; -73.0575 (Salem School)
Naugatuck Brick Renaissance Revival structure, built in 1893 and designed by McKim, Mead & White.
152 Sanford Road Historic District July 29, 1993
(#93000657)
480 and 487 Sanford Rd.
41°27′41″N 73°11′05″W / 41.461389°N 73.184722°W / 41.461389; -73.184722 (Sanford Road Historic District)
Southbury Two farmhouses dating from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, along with associated outbuildings including barns, a chicken coop, a smoke house and a privy.
153 Sanford-Humphreys House May 11, 1982
(#82004357)
61-63 West St.
41°23′39″N 73°04′47″W / 41.394167°N 73.079722°W / 41.394167; -73.079722 (Sanford-Humphreys House)
Seymour The oldest parts of the structure date to the 1790s. Owned first by Samuel Sanford, the area's first doctor, and then by soldier, diplomat, and businessman David Humphreys.
154 Seymour High School and Annex November 17, 1983
(#83003583)
100 Bank St.
41°23′51″N 73°04′36″W / 41.3975°N 73.076667°W / 41.3975; -73.076667 (Seymour High School and Annex)
Seymour Former high school, later an elementary school, now offices including medical offices
155 Sheffield Street Bridge April 12, 2001
(#01000353)
Sheffield St. over Hancock Brook
41°35′50″N 73°02′52″W / 41.597222°N 73.047778°W / 41.597222; -73.047778 (Sheffield Street Bridge)
Waterbury Lenticular pony truss
156 Shelley House February 9, 1989
(#89000017)
248 Boston Post Rd.
41°16′42″N 72°37′45″W / 41.278333°N 72.629167°W / 41.278333; -72.629167 (Shelley House)
Madison Late 17th-century stone ender enlarged to a saltbox.
157 Short Beach Historic District October 22, 2017
(#100004544)
Roughly bounded by Shore Dr., Beckett & Clarke Aves., Bungalow & Little Bay Lns, Court, Pentecost & Bristol Sts.
41°15′27″N 72°50′56″W / 41.2576°N 72.8488°W / 41.2576; -72.8488 (Short Beach Historic District)
Branford Shoreline vacation village in Queen Anne, Shingle, and Colonial Revival styles. Stone walls, sea walls and gate posts included as a contributing resource.
158 Samuel Simpson House June 18, 1986
(#86001334)
1370 Scard Rd.
41°26′24″N 72°45′29″W / 41.440122°N 72.758116°W / 41.440122; -72.758116 (Samuel Simpson House)
Wallingford Built in 1838, redesigned about 1867 by Henry Austin and moved from its original location in 1987.
159 Sleeping Giant Tower September 4, 1986
(#86001754)
200 Mt. Carmel Ave. at Mt. Carmel summit, Sleeping Giant State Park
41°25′50″N 72°53′27″W / 41.430556°N 72.890833°W / 41.430556; -72.890833 (Sleeping Giant Tower)
Hamden Stone observation tower built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration.
160 South Britain Historic District February 12, 1987
(#87000125)
E. Flat Hill, Hawkins, Library, and Middle Rds., and 497-864 S. Britain Rd.
41°28′09″N 73°15′03″W / 41.469167°N 73.250833°W / 41.469167; -73.250833 (South Britain Historic District)
Southbury
161 Southbury Historic District No. 1 March 11, 1971
(#71000917)
Main St. from Woodbury town line to Old Waterbury Rd.
41°29′42″N 73°12′37″W / 41.495°N 73.210278°W / 41.495; -73.210278 (Southbury Historic District No. 1)
Southbury Predominantly 18th and 19th century buildings, with few 20th-century intrusions.
162 Southbury Training School May 1, 1992
(#92000368)
1484 S. Britain Rd.
41°27′49″N 73°16′23″W / 41.463611°N 73.273056°W / 41.463611; -73.273056 (Southbury Training School)
Southbury Residential facility built in the 1930s for adults with intellectual disabilities; 125 primarily brick institutional Georgian and Colonial Revival buildings. Extends into Roxbury; see the Litchfield County list.
163 Southwest District School April 2, 1982
(#82004363)
155 Nichols Rd.
41°34′49″N 72°59′10″W / 41.580278°N 72.986111°W / 41.580278; -72.986111 (Southwest District School)
Wolcott Built in the early 1820s from locally quarried granite.
164 St. Peter's Episcopal Church August 21, 1979
(#79002644)
61, 71, 81 River St.
41°13′27″N 73°03′27″W / 41.224167°N 73.0575°W / 41.224167; -73.0575 (St. Peter's Episcopal Church)
Milford Gothic Revival church built from Portland brownstone in 1850–51, along with rectory and parish hall.
165 Stapleton Building January 14, 1988
(#87002421)
751 N. Main St.
41°33′49″N 73°01′58″W / 41.563611°N 73.032778°W / 41.563611; -73.032778 (Stapleton Building)
Waterbury Mixed-use Renaissance Revival building, now demolished.
166 State Park Supply Yard September 4, 1986
(#86001757)
51 Mill Rd.
41°16′37″N 72°33′39″W / 41.276944°N 72.560833°W / 41.276944; -72.560833 (State Park Supply Yard)
Madison Maintenance facility built in 1933-35 by crews of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
167 Sterling Opera House November 8, 1968
(#68000040)
Northwestern corner of 4th and Elizabeth Sts.
41°19′18″N 73°05′24″W / 41.321667°N 73.090000°W / 41.321667; -73.090000 (Sterling Opera House)
Derby Amelia Earhart, John L. Sullivan, Harry Houdini, George Burns, Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, Red Skelton, and John Philip Sousa appeared on this stage.
168 Stevenson Dam Hydroelectric Plant September 29, 2000
(#00001073)
CT 34 over the Housatonic River
41°23′03″N 73°10′16″W / 41.384167°N 73.171111°W / 41.384167; -73.171111 (Stevenson Dam Hydroelectric Plant)
Oxford Dam, bridge, and powerhouse built in 1917 on the Housatonic River; extends into Monroe in Fairfield County.
169 Stick Style House at Stony Creek December 27, 1972
(#72001322)
32 Prospect Hill
41°15′37″N 72°44′43″W / 41.2604°N 72.7454°W / 41.2604; -72.7454 (Stick Style House at Stony Creek)
Branford Designed by Henry Austin and built in 1878–80 for William J. Clark, an industrialist, Civil War veteran and state legislator.
170 Stony Creek-Thimble Islands Historic District December 16, 1988
(#88002844)
Roughly Thimble Islands Rd. between Route 146 and Long Island Sound and the Thimble Islands
41°15′33″N 72°45′18″W / 41.259167°N 72.755°W / 41.259167; -72.755 (Stony Creek-Thimble Islands Historic District)
Branford 19th-century summer resort architecture including Italianate, Greek revival and stick styles (exemplified by the William J. Clark House).
171 Swain-Harrison House October 10, 1975
(#75001924)
124 W. Main St.
41°16′41″N 72°49′34″W / 41.278056°N 72.826111°W / 41.278056; -72.826111 (Swain-Harrison House)
Branford 1724 saltbox house.
172 Taylor Memorial Library August 21, 1979
(#79002642)
5 Broad St.
41°13′20″N 73°03′27″W / 41.222222°N 73.0575°W / 41.222222; -73.0575 (Taylor Memorial Library)
Milford 1894 Richardsonian Romanesque.
173 Orrin Todd House December 26, 1991
(#91001845)
3369 Whitney Ave.
41°25′02″N 72°54′11″W / 41.417222°N 72.903056°W / 41.417222; -72.903056 (Orrin Todd House)
Hamden Federal structure from about 1800; rescued from demolition in 2017.
174 Tranquility Farm September 23, 1982
(#82004355)
Tranquility Road
41°31′54″N 73°08′16″W / 41.531667°N 73.137778°W / 41.531667; -73.137778 (Tranquility Farm)
Middlebury Shingle Style main house designed by McKim, Mead & White with landscape design by Warren H. Manning and Charles Eliot.
175 Bronson B. Tuttle House November 29, 1990
(#90001803)
380 Church St.
41°29′43″N 73°03′19″W / 41.495278°N 73.055278°W / 41.495278; -73.055278 (Bronson B. Tuttle House)
Naugatuck Brick Queen Anne mansion from 1879 with projecting gables and porches, a porte-cochère, and a three-story tower.
176 John Tyler House December 1, 1988
(#88002635)
242-250 E. Main St.
41°17′29″N 72°47′46″W / 41.291362°N 72.796010°W / 41.291362; -72.796010 (John Tyler House)
Branford Late First Period residence from 1710.
177 Solomon Tyler House December 1, 1988
(#88002636)
260-268 E. Main St.
41°17′31″N 72°47′41″W / 41.291819°N 72.794731°W / 41.291819; -72.794731 (Solomon Tyler House)
Branford Circa 1770 Georgian.
178 Union School November 13, 1987
(#87001899)
174 Center St.
41°16′29″N 72°56′49″W / 41.274722°N 72.946944°W / 41.274722; -72.946944 (Union School)
West Haven Brick school building from 1890 built in an eclectic Victorian style.
179 Upper Main Street Historic District December 2, 1982
(#82001004)
36-100 and 85-117 Main St.
41°20′41″N 73°04′47″W / 41.344722°N 73.079722°W / 41.344722; -73.079722 (Upper Main Street Historic District)
Ansonia
180 US Post Office-Ansonia Main December 12, 1985
(#85003327)
237 Main St.
41°20′35″N 73°04′43″W / 41.343056°N 73.078611°W / 41.343056; -73.078611 (US Post Office-Ansonia Main)
Ansonia Classical Revival with limestone facade from 1914.
181 US Post Office-Meriden Main January 21, 1986
(#86000129)
39 N. Colony St.
41°32′41″N 72°48′04″W / 41.544722°N 72.801111°W / 41.544722; -72.801111 (US Post Office-Meriden Main)
Meriden Former U.S. Post Office, built in 1907 in the Beaux Arts style with fluted Corinthian columns and elaborate cornices.
182 US Post Office-Milford Main September 25, 1986
(#86002959)
6 W. River St.
41°13′27″N 73°03′30″W / 41.224167°N 73.058333°W / 41.224167; -73.058333 (US Post Office-Milford Main)
Milford Red brick Classical Revival, trimmed with limestone, from 1931.
183 US Post Office-Naugatuck Main January 21, 1986
(#86000130)
Church and Cedar Sts.
41°29′32″N 73°03′23″W / 41.492222°N 73.056389°W / 41.492222; -73.056389 (US Post Office-Naugatuck Main)
Naugatuck Buff-colored brick building with ivory terra cotta ornament, marble accents, decorative brick panels and a hipped red clay tile roof.
184 Wallingford Center Historic District December 2, 1993
(#93001242)
Roughly Main St. from Ward St. to Church St.
41°27′11″N 72°49′14″W / 41.453056°N 72.820556°W / 41.453056; -72.820556 (Wallingford Center Historic District)
Wallingford
185 Wallingford Railroad Station November 19, 1993
(#93001245)
51 Quinnipiac St. (37 Hall Ave.)
41°27′24″N 72°49′32″W / 41.456667°N 72.825556°W / 41.456667; -72.825556 (Wallingford Railroad Station)
Wallingford Former station building in Second Empire style from 1871 with distinctive Mansard roof and decorative brackets.
186 Ward-Heitman House January 8, 2003
(#02001691)
277 Elm St.
41°16′34″N 72°57′08″W / 41.276111°N 72.952222°W / 41.276111; -72.952222 (Ward-Heitman House)
West Haven Oldest house in West Haven; now a museum.
187 Washington Avenue Bridge April 12, 2001
(#01000354)
Washington Ave. over the Mad River
41°32′38″N 73°02′18″W / 41.543889°N 73.038333°W / 41.543889; -73.038333 (Washington Avenue Bridge)
Waterbury Lenticular pony truss.
188 Washington Bridge September 29, 2004
(#04001093)
U.S. Route 1 at the Housatonic River
41°12′01″N 73°06′39″W / 41.200278°N 73.110833°W / 41.200278; -73.110833 (Washington Bridge)
Milford Open-spandrel concrete arch bascule bridge; extends into Stratford in Fairfield County.
189 Waterbury Brass Mill September 5, 1975
(#75001943)
Idlewood Ave. in Hamilton Park
41°32′26″N 73°01′04″W / 41.540556°N 73.017778°W / 41.540556; -73.017778 (Waterbury Brass Mill)
Waterbury Site of a large brass mill; now athletic fields.
190 Waterbury Clock Company November 30, 1982
(#82001005)
N. Elm and Cherry Sts. and Cherry Ave.
41°33′30″N 73°02′06″W / 41.558333°N 73.035°W / 41.558333; -73.035 (Waterbury Clock Company)
Waterbury Factory complex home, from 1873-1944, to the forerunner of Timex.
191 Waterbury Municipal Center Complex October 10, 1978
(#78002882)
195, 235, and 236 Grand St. and 7, 35, and 43 Field St.
41°33′13″N 73°02′36″W / 41.5536°N 73.0433°W / 41.5536; -73.0433 (Waterbury Municipal Center Complex)
Waterbury Cass Gilbert-designed complex from 1910s meant to create one unified complex of city government, corporate headquarters and charitable office in accord with City Beautiful movement principles.
192 Waterbury Union Station March 8, 1978
(#78002881)
389 Meadow St.
41°33′18″N 73°02′51″W / 41.555°N 73.0475°W / 41.555; -73.0475 (Waterbury Union Station)
Waterbury 1908 station meant to be grand entrance to city being rebuilt after fire; clock tower has become symbol of the city.
193 Webster School June 14, 1982
(#82004365)
Easton Ave. at Aetna St.
41°34′00″N 73°01′53″W / 41.5667°N 73.0314°W / 41.5667; -73.0314 (Webster School)
Waterbury Neo-Classical former elementary school built in 1898 from red brick with limestone details and a projecting wooden cornice.
194 West Haven Green Historic District August 11, 2000
(#00000832)
Roughly along Main St., Campbell St., Church St., and Savin St.
41°16′15″N 72°57′01″W / 41.2708°N 72.9503°W / 41.2708; -72.9503 (West Haven Green Historic District)
West Haven Historic town green dominated by Congregational Church (1859); surrounding structures include Queen Anne and Italianate styles.
195 West Haven VA Hospital Historic District May 26, 2022
(#100007728)
950 Campbell Ave.
41°17′06″N 72°57′29″W / 41.2849°N 72.9581°W / 41.2849; -72.9581 (West Haven VA Hospital Historic District)
West Haven
196 Adin Wheeler House and Theodore F. Wheeler Wheelwright Shop July 29, 1993
(#93000661)
125 Quaker Farms Rd.
41°27′37″N 73°09′49″W / 41.4603°N 73.1636°W / 41.4603; -73.1636 (Adin Wheeler House and Theodore F. Wheeler Wheelwright Shop)
Southbury Fine late 18th-century Georgian colonial and remarkably complete late 19th-century workshop.
197 Wheeler-Beecher House July 15, 1977
(#77001400)
562 Amity Rd.
41°25′42″N 72°59′44″W / 41.4283°N 72.9956°W / 41.4283; -72.9956 (Wheeler-Beecher House)
Bethany Federal period house designed by David Hoadley.
198 Henry Whitfield House September 25, 1997
(#72001327)
248 Old Whitfield St.
41°16′40″N 72°40′31″W / 41.2778°N 72.6753°W / 41.2778; -72.6753 (Henry Whitfield House)
Guilford The oldest house in Connecticut, built in 1639.
199 Eli Whitney Gun Factory August 13, 1974
(#74002049)
915-940 Whitney Ave.
41°20′09″N 72°54′38″W / 41.3357°N 72.9106°W / 41.3357; -72.9106 (Eli Whitney Gun Factory)
Hamden Pioneering factory of the American Industrial Revolution, using water-powered machinery and standardized, interchangeable parts; now a museum.
200 Whitneyville Congregational Church July 28, 1995
(#95000906)
1247-1253 Whitney Ave.
41°20′48″N 72°54′47″W / 41.3467°N 72.9131°W / 41.3467; -72.9131 (Whitneyville Congregational Church)
Hamden Greek Revival from 1834.
201 Wilby High School June 14, 1982
(#82004366)
260 Grove St.
41°33′36″N 73°02′45″W / 41.56°N 73.0458°W / 41.56; -73.0458 (Wilby High School)
Waterbury Tudor revival from 1920; it served as a school until 1978.
202 Wolcott Green Historic District March 31, 2000
(#00000297)
Roughly bounding Wolcott Green
41°36′05″N 72°58′33″W / 41.6014°N 72.9758°W / 41.6014; -72.9758 (Wolcott Green Historic District)
Wolcott
203 Harcourt Wood Memorial Library January 4, 1982
(#82004348)
313 Elizabeth St.
41°19′36″N 73°05′20″W / 41.3267°N 73.0889°W / 41.3267; -73.0889 (Harcourt Wood Memorial Library)
Derby Colonial Revival building from 1902, funded by Derby's streetcar railway owner.
204 Woodbridge Green Historic District April 18, 2003
(#03000233)
3, 4, 7, 11 Meetinghouse Ln. and 4 and 10 Newton Rd.
41°21′14″N 73°00′46″W / 41.3539°N 73.0128°W / 41.3539; -73.0128 (Woodbridge Green Historic District)
Woodbridge Colonial and Classical Revival architecture in the town's historic center.
205 Wooster Sawmill and Gristmill Site August 17, 2001
(#01000879)
Park Road at Little River[9]
41°24′35″N 73°05′54″W / 41.4097°N 73.0983°W / 41.4097; -73.0983 (Wooster Sawmill and Gristmill Site)
Oxford The water-powered mill complex at this site operated for over 200 years.

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  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. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved June 24, 2022.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ "Historic Properties Commission Minutes, January 2009" (PDF). Town of Wallingford. Retrieved 2017-01-18.
  7. ^ Janice L. Elliott; Marian Staye (March 10, 1988). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination: Edgerton". National Park Service. and Accompanying 17 photos from 1988, and 2 of mansion in 1960 and 1964 (captions on page 10 of text document)
  8. ^ "Madison Historic Sites". Madison Historical Society. Archived from the original on 2015-03-20. Retrieved 2014-11-21.
  9. ^ "Park Road Mill Operated for Centuries". Patch.com. Retrieved 2021-04-06.