Huntington Center Historic District

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Huntington Center Historic District
Huntington Congregational Church
Huntington Center Historic District is located in Connecticut
Huntington Center Historic District
Location Roughly along Church and Huntington Sts., from Ripton Rd. to the Farmill River, Shelton, Connecticut
Coordinates 41°17′29″N 73°8′39″W / 41.29139°N 73.14417°W / 41.29139; -73.14417Coordinates: 41°17′29″N 73°8′39″W / 41.29139°N 73.14417°W / 41.29139; -73.14417
Area 60 acres (24 ha)
Architectural style Colonial, Federal
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 00000296[1]
Added to NRHP March 31, 2000

Huntington Center Historic District is a historic district in the city of Shelton, Connecticut.

In 2000, the district included 46 contributing buildings, 3 contributing sites and 1 other contributing objects, over a 60 acres (24 ha) area. The area is linear, about 3/4 miles long.

The district "encompasses the original colonial settlement of the Town of Shelton"[2]:4, which was then known as the town of Huntington.

Significant properties in the district include:[2]

  • Huntington Green, 1717
  • Josiah Wheeler House
  • DeForest-Rudd House, c. 1770, Colonial
  • Huntington Congregational Church, c. 1890, Gothic Revival
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1812, Federal

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