The Luman Andrews House was built in 1745. Its 1.8-acre (0.73 ha) property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Included in the listing is one contributing building and two contributing sites. Architecture represented includes Greek Revival, Colonial, and New England Colonial.
The house was built as a 4 bay Colonial building, and had a 5th bay added in 1795. Greek Revival trim was added in the early 19th century.
A quarry on the site was the source of volcanic rock used in Portland cement.
It is one of 25 early houses in Southington that were covered in a Multiple Property Submission study.