James Hazelton House

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James Hazelton House
James Hazelton House is located in Connecticut
James Hazelton House
Location 23 Hayden Hill Rd., Haddam, Connecticut
Coordinates 41°28′46″N 72°31′6″W / 41.47944°N 72.51833°W / 41.47944; -72.51833Coordinates: 41°28′46″N 72°31′6″W / 41.47944°N 72.51833°W / 41.47944; -72.51833
Area 4 acres (1.6 ha)
Built c.1720 and 1915
Architect Hazelton,James
Architectural style Colonial, Post-medieval English
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 88001468[1]
Added to NRHP November 16, 1988

The James Hazelton House is a property in Haddam, Connecticut that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. Dating from c.1720, it has also been known as the Hazelton-Hayden House.[1]

It was built by James Hazelton (1694-1773).[2] It includes Post-medieval English and other architecture.[1]

When listed the property included one contributing building and one non-contributing building on an area of 4 acres (1.6 ha).[1]

The 1987 National Register nomination described the house as "architecturally significant as a well-preserved colonial-period house with an exceptionally fine interior and an unusual building history." The house was also deemed important for a "long continuous association with the extended Hazelton/Hayden family, prominent citizens of Haddam for over 200 years."[2]

It is a contributing property in the NRHP-listed Haddam Center Historic District.

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