The Samuel N. Kellogg House (1877)

June 30th, 2008 Posted in Hartford, Houses, Second Empire


Built around 1877, the Samuel N. Kellogg House, on Washington Street in Hartford, is the only survivor from the time when the area was a leafy and elegant neighborhood called “Governor’s Row.” This fairly restrained Second Empire-style house was built for Samuel N. Kellogg, who was a brother-in-law of the retired dry goods merchant and Hartford financier Francis Cooley.

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