George W. Flint House (1895)

March 12th, 2015 Posted in Hartford, Houses, Queen Anne, Tudor Revival

George W. Flint House

I will be giving a talk tonight at the Hartford Club. Check it out if you are a member! Here is a Hartford building for today: Designed by Hapgood & Hapgood, the house at 310 Collins Street in Hartford is transitional between the Queen Anne and Tudor Revival styles. Built in 1895, it was the home of George W. Flint, a furniture dealer who partnered with John M. Bruce to form the Flint-Bruce Company on Asylum Street in Hartford. The company later had a building on Trumbull Street.

Flint House

  1. One Response to “George W. Flint House (1895)”

  2. By Carol Tawney on Jun 11, 2017

    is there a historical society in Hartford that has information of the Flint-Bruce Company?

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