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Ludlow Center Historic District

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Location  Ludlow, Massachusetts
Architect  Unknown
Opened  1842
Added to NRHP  21 October 1988
Built  1842
NRHP Reference #  88001999
Area  11 ha
Ludlow Center Historic District
Architectural style  Greek Revival, Italianate, Federal

The Ludlow Center Historic District encompasses the historic village center of Ludlow, Massachusetts. Centered on the junction of Center, Church and Booth Streets, it is the site selected as the town center when Ludlow was established in 1774. Its notable structures include the Congregational Church (the third, a Romanesque structure built in 1859), the old town hall (more recently serving as the local grange hall), and a number of farmhouses that date to the first half of the 19th century. The area has remained a center of civic life in the town, even though its economic center moved later in the 19th century to Ludlow Village.

The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.

References

Ludlow Center Historic District Wikipedia


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