Selah Barnes House (1778)

February 6th, 2013 Posted in Colonial, Houses, Southington

Selah Barnes Place, Southington

Traditionally called the Selah Barnes Place, the saltbox house at 282 Prospect Street in Southington was built c. 1778. Selah Barnes was the son of Asa Barnes, who ran the tavern visited by Rochambeau in Marion. For many years Selah Barnes worked at preparing and shipping corn meal to the West Indies.

  1. One Response to “Selah Barnes House (1778)”

  2. By Autumn on Apr 15, 2017

    I love the color of this house. Does anyone know the name of it?

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