Silas W. Robbins House (1873)

October 1st, 2007 Posted in Houses, Second Empire, Wethersfield


Silas Webster Robbins, a partner in the seed business, Johnson, Robbins and Co., built an impressive Second Empire style mansion on Broad Street Green in Wethersfield in 1873. Damaged by fire in 1996, the home was purchased in 2001 by new owners, who have restored it. The Silas W. Robbins House will open as a bed-and-breakfast on November 1, and a number of gala events are planned for this month, including daily house tours, Oct. 6-Oct. 14, to benefit the Keane Foundation.

  1. 2 Responses to “Silas W. Robbins House (1873)”

  2. By vermilk on Oct 4, 2007

    Wow, that is a beautiful house! I bet that is one expensive pad. Any estimates what it took to restore?

  3. By Linda Magora on Nov 19, 2013

    Where can I purchase a print of the Silas W. Robbins House?

    Linda Magora

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