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Clinton Village Historic District
|Location||Along Cemetery Rd., Church, E. Main and Liberty Sts., Old Post Rd. and Waterside Ln., Clinton, Connecticut|
|Architectural style||Colonial, Federal, Greek Revival|
|NRHP reference No.||94000788|
|Added to NRHP||July 29, 1994|
The Clinton Village Historic District in Clinton, Connecticut is a historic district that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1994. It is roughly linear and extends along East Main Street (Route 1) from the Indian River in the west to Old Post Road (Route 145) in the east. The district comprises 154 buildings, objects, sites, and structures that contribute to the historical and architectural significance of the area.
The district includes the Liberty Green Historic District, a park-like triangle between Liberty Street and East Main Street, which includes a park green and 18th-century houses.
Some of the historic buildings and structures located in the district are:
- Clinton Volunteer Fire Department (1931)
- The Academy, now used by the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department (1801)
- Town Hall
- First Church of Christ (1837)
- Abraham Pierson Monument
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