Kensington Town Hall – Percival School (1855)

September 9th, 2017 Posted in Berlin, Greek Revival, Houses, Public Buildings, Schools

In the second half of the nineteenth century, the Town of Berlin had two town halls to serve the two sections of town, Kensington and Worthington. The building at 329 Percival Avenue, built circa 1855, was the Kensington Town Hall until 1907. In that year, the town acquired Brandegee Hall on Worthington Ridge to be a new Town Hall for all of Berlin (it served in that capacity until 1974). The former Kensington Town Hall became Percival School and is now a private residence.

  1. 2 Responses to “Kensington Town Hall – Percival School (1855)”

  2. By anne on Oct 5, 2017

    thank you for this post! just one correction though, it should be percival avenue.

  3. By Daniel on Oct 6, 2017

    Thanks, I’ve just corrected it.

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