Barn Record Trumbull

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Building Name (Common)
George E. Peet House
Building Name (Historic)
George E. Peet House
Address
1734 Huntington Turnpike, Trumbull
Typology
Overview

Designations

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Historic Significance

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Field Notes

Rectangular barn with cross gable in center of front side (facing NW). Circular window is set in cross gable with flat-panel half-door below. Siding is vertical with horizontal decorative points on bottom of front gable siding. Back eave side has two garage doors. Side gables are decorated with simple cross-style gable brackets and 6/6 windows. Painted white. Barn is located behind residence on Huntington Turnpike, a main local thoroughfare since the 18th century. Located in the Nichols Farms National Register Historic District.

Use & Accessibility

Use (Historic)

Use (Present)


Exterior Visible from Public Road?

Yes

Demolished

No

Location Integrity

Unknown

Environment

Related features

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Environment features

Relationship to surroundings

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Typology & Materials

Building Typology

Materials


Structural System

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Roof materials


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Approximate Dimensions

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Source

Date Compiled

06/16/2011

Compiled By

Debra Silber - CH

Sources

Ransom, David, Nichols Farms National Register Historic District Nomination No. 87001392, National Park Service, 1987.

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