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Eagle's Nest (Bridgeport, Connecticut)

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Built  1830-1832
NRHP Reference #  79002630
Area  3,200 m²
Architect  Wooster Curtis
Built by  Wooster Curtis
Opened  1832
Added to NRHP  5 March 1979
Eagle's Nest (Bridgeport, Connecticut)
Location  282-284 Logan St., Bridgeport, Connecticut
Architectural styles  Greek Revival architecture, Federal architecture
Similar  Westfield Trumbull, Beardsley Zoo, St Andrew Church, Housatonic Museum of Art, Discovery Museum and Plan

The Eagle's Nest, also once known as the Johnson-DeRivera House, was a house at 282-284 Logan St. in Bridgeport, Connecticut. It was a two story wood frame structure, built in 1830 by Edwards Johnson, who was a gentleman farmer and an oyster cultivator, and who was a grandson of William Samuel Johnson. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, noted for its Greek Revival and Federal period features. The house no longer stands; on its site is the Jettie Tisdale School.

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Eagle's Nest (Bridgeport, Connecticut) Wikipedia


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