Essex Savings Bank (1922)

January 24th, 2013 Posted in Banks, Colonial Revival, Essex, Neoclassical

Essex Savings Bank

The Essex Savings Bank in Essex was founded in 1851. The bank was initially located above a retail business in Essex and in 1873 it moved into an 1849 building previously occupied by the Saybrook Bank. This building was remodeled and expanded into what it is today in 1922. The Essex Savings Bank was originally founded because of the wealth generated by shipbuilding. Unlike many other banks, it has never merged with another institution.

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  2. By Essex Savings Bank Fan on Jan 24, 2013

    Essex Savings is just a TREMENDOUS local community Bank. The staff at ALL of their locations are just so helpful and friendly. Essex does not try to “fee you to death” like Liberty, BOA, First Niagra and all of those larger Banks. Do yourself a favor and head out to one of their branches to see what they can do you for you. Being comfortable with your bank cannot be more possible than with Essex Savings!!

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