Squire Beach House (1762)

February 7th, 2009 Posted in Cheshire, Colonial, Houses


The Squire Beach House, on South Main Street in Cheshire, was built by Samuel Beach, a lawyer and prominent citizen who was a leader in establishing Cheshire as a seperate town from Wallingford. His son, Burrage Beach, was a lawyer and a director of the Farmington Canal. The house, which resembles the Foote House across the street, originally faced South Main. In 1986, the house became a restaurant and was moved and turned so that its gable end now faces the street.

  1. One Response to “Squire Beach House (1762)”

  2. By Eric Anderson on Oct 21, 2017

    The Squire Beach House is a nice replica. I watched with great interest in the mid 1980’s as the original was completely dismantled and this one constructed with new materials, along with being turned to face a different direction as mentioned in the caption.

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