Historical District

The Middlefield Historical District is sponsored by the Middlefield Heritage Society.

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Homes & buildings in Historical District:

Timothy Root House, 147 Skyline Trail
Dr. Warren
Fairgrounds
J. Dickson
Oliver Church
Congregational Parish House, 159 Skyline Trail
Shaw House
Blossom Host
Blossom house
Oliver Blush Tavern, 160 Skyline Trail
Chapman
Blossom Host
Congregational Church, 167 Skyline Trail, (ca. 1903)
E Kelso
Mack General Store
Old Store Residence (Edmund P. Morgan House), 166 Skyline Trail, (ca. 1832)
Old Town Hall, 169 Skyline Trail, (ca. 1901)
Roberts House, 187 Skyline Trail (ca. 1915)

Timothy Root House, 147 Skyline Trail

Built in the very center of town ca. 1827, this Federal-style house was moved to its present location around 1903. A porch with distant views extends across the west facade.

Dr. Warren

Fairgrounds

J. Dickson

Oliver Church

Congregational Parish House, 159 Skyline Trail

Built ca. 1835. Greek Revival style.

Shaw House

Built ca.1915 of fieldstone. Very fine example of Craftsman style architecture. Outbuildings include stone well house.

Blossom Host

Blossom house

Oliver Blush Tavern, 160 Skyline Trail

Built in 1783 in Federal style, the house connects to a carriage barn which was originally the Center District schoolhouse and was moved to this location in 1867.

Chapman

Blossom Host

Congregational Church, 167 Skyline Trail, (ca. 1903)

The current structure was assembled by moving the Methodist and Baptist Churches to this location in 1903 after a lighting strike burned down the original building in 1901. As a result the church combines Greek Revival and Italianate styles. The original building, the Meeting House, was built on this site in 1791.

E Kelso

Mack General Store

Old Store Residence (Edmund P. Morgan House), 166 Skyline Trail, (ca. 1832)

Built next to the Mack General Store (ca. 1804). They bear a striking resemblance to each other in the Greek Revival style. Later it became the residence of the Olds family who ran the General Store.

Old Town Hall, 169 Skyline Trail, (ca. 1901)

The lightning strike that burned down the Meeting House also burned down the original Town Hall which stood beside it. Rebuilt in 1901 this building is an example of the Queen Anne style. It now houses the Senior Center and Middlefield Museum.

Roberts House, 187 Skyline Trail (ca. 1915)

This large house across from Town Hall was built in the Colonial Revival style with both French and Dutch influences. It is the last house in the designated Middlefield Center.