Calhoun-Ives Historic District

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Calhoun--Ives Historic District
Calhoun-Ives Historic District is located in Connecticut
Calhoun-Ives Historic District
Location 79--262 Calhoun St. and 11 and 12 Ives Rd., Washington, Connecticut
Coordinates 41°39′34″N 73°19′58″W / 41.65944°N 73.33278°W / 41.65944; -73.33278Coordinates: 41°39′34″N 73°19′58″W / 41.65944°N 73.33278°W / 41.65944; -73.33278
Area 475 acres (192 ha)
Built 1765
Architect Calhoun, Daniel; et al.
Architectural style Colonial, Greek Revival, Post-Modern
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference #


Added to NRHP November 22, 1995

The Calhoun-Ives Historic District, or more formally the Calhoun Street - Ives Road Historic District, is a locally designated historic district in the town of Washington, Connecticut.[2]

It is located a mile north of the village of Washington Depot, Connecticut.[3]

It is the only historic district in Connecticut that is agricultural.[citation needed]

It runs along Calhoun Street and Ives Road. It is characterized by modestly scaled 18th and 19th century farmhouses, together with accompanying agricultural outbuildings, farm fields, and fruit orchards.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  2. ^ "Washington Historic?". 
  3. ^ Alison Gilchrist (October 1989). "Calhoun Ives Street Historic District Report". Washington Historic District Commission.