Center Groton Historic District

View of Center Groton Historic District from the intersection Candlewood Road and North Road; Google Street View.
Historic/Common Name:
None
Town:
Groton »
Year of Establishment:
1974
Historic Designation:
LHD, SR
District Authority:
Historic District Commission, Mystic
Nature of Authority:
Regulatory
District Character:
Surban neighborhood incorporating earlier village
Eligible for Historic Home tax credits:
Yes
General description:

Center Groton historic district is one of the four local historic districts in Groton. Established in 1974, it comprises of seven properties towards the southwest of Center Groton Park.

Significance of the district:

Architecture

District Boundary:

The district comprises of the six properties towards the north of Candlewood Road, from the intersection with North Road towards the west and Wendell Road towards the east. The district also includes a seventh property towards the northwest of the intersection of North Road and Gold Star Highway, as described in the district ordinance.

Features:

Buildings

Use:

Residential, Commercial, Government, Religious

Architectural Style:

Not Available

Era:
Not Available
Sources:

[1] District information retrieved from the town website http://www.groton-ct.gov/.
[2]Groton Historic District Study Committee Report, 1974, SHPO Library, Hartford.
[3] Assessors and GIS information retrieved from the website http://maps.groton-ct.gov/GrotonViewer/.

Notes:

None

Links:
Map:

Map of the local historic district, GIS.

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Disclaimer:

The list of the seven designated properties has been obtained by comparing the local historic district map retrieved from the town website and the GIS maps. For further information on the district, the user is urged to contact the respective district authority.

Date of Compilation:
10/31/11
Compiler:
Manjusha Patnaik, CT Trust for Historic Preservation