The George H. Seyms House (1880)

May 18th, 2008 Posted in Gothic, Hartford, Houses


The High Victorian Gothic-style George H. Seyms House, on Collins Street in Hartford, is attributed to the architect George Keller. George H. Seyms (1849-1915) was Chemist of the Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance and Inspection Company. The house was damaged by fire in December of 2002.

  1. 2 Responses to “The George H. Seyms House (1880)”

  2. By Bob Seyms on Feb 8, 2011

    George Seyms was a relative. I beleave he was the father of my grand father(Robert).Anyway, I am planing a trip to the East coast and will be travling in Main and New Hamsure this June. Are there tures of the house? Time permiting I would be interusted in a ture if permited.
    Bob Seyms

  3. By Daniel on Feb 9, 2011

    It’s a private home, not open to the public.

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