The Henry S. Smith House (1855)

December 30th, 2009 Posted in East Hampton, Houses, Octagon


As requested, the octagon house built for Henry S. Smith in 1855 is located at the dead end of Bevin Boulevard in East Hampton. Smith was the son of Nathaniel C. Smith, who represented his town six times in the Connecticut General Assembly and served as town clerk for twenty-five successive years. The house, which has a porch and a later ell, has been owned by the Clark family since around 1900.

  1. One Response to “The Henry S. Smith House (1855)”

  2. By Susan Smith on Jul 19, 2011

    How exciting to see the house that belonged to my great-great grandfather, Henry Smith.

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