Octagon House (Stamford, Connecticut)

Octagon House (Stamford, Connecticut)

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Octagon House (Stamford, Connecticut)

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Octagon House, in Stamford, Connecticut, was one of a number of octagon houses in the United States, located at 120 Strawberry Hill Avenue, on the edge of the Glenbrook section of Stamford.

The octagonal portion of the house was concrete, with external scoring to imitate ashlar. It was one of relatively few octagon houses in Connecticut surviving from the octagon houses fad of the 19th century.

The house was destroyed by fire in 1985. It had been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and as of 2009 it still remained listed.


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