Mansfield Hollow Historic District

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Mansfield Hollow Historic District
Kirbys Mill, Mansfield CT.jpg
Kirby's Mill
Mansfield Hollow Historic District is located in Connecticut
Mansfield Hollow Historic District
Mansfield Hollow Historic District is located in the US
Mansfield Hollow Historic District
Location 86-127 Mansfield Hollow Rd., Mansfield, Connecticut
Coordinates 41°45′25″N 72°11′9″W / 41.75694°N 72.18583°W / 41.75694; -72.18583Coordinates: 41°45′25″N 72°11′9″W / 41.75694°N 72.18583°W / 41.75694; -72.18583
Area 18 acres (7.3 ha)
Built 1800
Architect Fitch,Edwin; Multiple
Architectural style Greek Revival
NRHP Reference # 79002667[1]
Added to NRHP May 21, 1979

The Mansfield Hollow Historic District is a 18-acre (7.3 ha) historic district in the town of Mansfield, Connecticut. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The district is focused on a stone mill site known as "Kirby's Mill" on the Natchaug River.[2] The district also includes a collection of residential buildings (between 86 and 127 Mansfield Hollow Road), most which are historically significant. Notable among them are the Fearing Swift House, 103 Mansfield Hollow Road, built in 1815, the George Swift House, 100 Mansfield Hollow Road, built in 1804, and the Oliver Bingham House, 88 Mansfield Hollow Road, probably the oldest house in the district (built 1800)[2]

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