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Mystic Bridge Historic District

Mystic Bridge Historic District
Mystic Bridge Historic District
Location U.S. 1 and CT 27, Mystic, Connecticut

41°21′25″N 71°57′51″W / 41.35694°N 71.96417°W / 41.35694; -71.96417Coordinates: 41°21′25″N 71°57′51″W / 41.35694°N 71.96417°W / 41.35694; -71.96417

Area 155 acres (63 ha)
Built 1840
Architect Clift,Amos,III; Multiple
Architectural style Greek Revival, Italianate, Queen Anne
Governing body State
NRHP Reference # 79002671[1]
Added to NRHP August 31, 1979

Mystic Bridge Historic District (also known as Lower Mystic or Mistick) is a historic district on U.S. 1 and CT 27 in the Stonington side of the village of Mystic, Connecticut. The district represents the core of the early settlement of that name on the east bank of the Mystic River.

The district features Queen Anne and Italianate architecture. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[1]

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External links

  • Historic American Engineering Record (HAER)
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