More on the Phineas Lewis House

105 WPA Farmington historic building_ 035The Phineas Lewis house was constructed in 1798 by Captain Judah Woodruff, (1722 -1799), a prominent architect-builder in Farmington, CT. Woodruff was responsible for the construction of the First Church of Christ Congregational (1771) and twenty-one private homes in Farmington. William Gould, of William Gould Architectural Preservation, is dismantling the five-bay, two-story wood-frame building. Check back for more as the project unfolds.

William Gould is a Member of the Guild of Building Artisans.





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1 Response to More on the Phineas Lewis House

  1. Mark Wallace says:

    What happened to the beams?

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