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South Coventry, Connecticut

South Coventry Historic District
Bidwell Tavern
South Coventry Historic District
Location Roughly, Main St. and adjacent streets from Armstrong Rd. to Lake St. and Lake from High St. to Main, Coventry, Connecticut
Coordinates

41°46′12″N 72°18′17″W / 41.77000°N 72.30472°W / 41.77000; -72.30472Coordinates: 41°46′12″N 72°18′17″W / 41.77000°N 72.30472°W / 41.77000; -72.30472

Architectural style Greek Revival, Late Victorian, Colonial
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 91000482[1]
Added to NRHP May 6, 1991

The South Coventry Historic District is a historic district representing the village of South Coventry in the town of Coventry, Connecticut that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. It includes the Capron-Phillips House, which is separately NRHP-listed.[1]

In the 19th century, there was a small industrial center including mills powered by the water from Coventry Lake Brook as it flowed towards the [5]

See also

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External links

  • Historic buildings in Coventry
  • Map of South Coventry
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