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Historic Home

Historic Home

Woodbridge First Selectman Beth Heller recently congratulated residents Jack Hasegawa and Nancy Polk and presented the couple with an official citation on the occasion of the listing of their 1842 Greek Revival farmhouse at 1932 Litchfield Turnpike on the National Register of Historic Places.

“The Town thanks Jack and Nancy for their stewardship of this beautiful historic Woodbridge property,” said Heller.

The home was built by James Alexis Darling, grandson of Thomas Darling, whose home is across the street and slightly south on Litchfield Turnpike.  The Town owns the Thomas Darling House and it is managed by the Amity and Woodbridge Historical Society.

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