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Mansfield Hollow

Mansfield Hollow Historic District
Kirby's Mill
Mansfield Hollow Historic District
Location 86-127 Mansfield Hollow Rd., Mansfield, Connecticut

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
Governing body State
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] At that time of listing, there were 17 buildings that were deemed to contribute to the historic character of the area, in addition to the mill site.[1]

Other significant contributing properties include:[2]

  • Fearing Swift House, 103 Mansfield Hollow Road (1815)
  • George Swift House, 100 Mansfield Hollow Road (1804)
  • Oliver Bingham House, 88 Mansfield Hollow Road, probably the oldest house in the district (1800)


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