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Property Details - 18 Church St

Address: 18 Church St
Inventory Num: 54
Location: West side Route 85, 0.1 Mi South of Rte 66
Year Built: 1806
Builder: Unknown
Style: Federal
Current Use: Residence
National Register of Historic Places(District)1993
Notable Architectural Features:
Built by Rev. Amos Bassett, Pastor of Hebron Congregational Church Date [built] (Source) 1806 (Matt. HABS) Orig Owner Rev. Amos Bassett (Also called Kellogg-White House) Exterior A central pediment projecting about six inches forms a gable above the cornice in the hip roof, in the peak of which is a simple fan window. The roof pitch is not over steep, and the cornice plain. Clapboarded walls. Doorway Good "Christian Cross" door, with fanlight having radiating mullions under a later porch. Two plain pilasters form the only decorative feature.
(WPA Architectural Survey - ca. 1935 - #2)

"The lovely home is a two-chimney, center-hall house, with extension. This large home is distinguished by a graceful fan light in the attic and added comfortable porch, of unusual design."
(from Hebron, Ct: Hebron Historical Society booklet prepared for America's Bicentennial)

Related Outbuildings:
Outhouse - Victorian Porch