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Westford Center Historic District

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Built  1713
Opened  1713
Added to NRHP  28 August 1998
NRHP Reference #  98001105
Area  45 ha
Westford Center Historic District
Location  Westford, Massachusetts
Architect  Badger, Carl V.; et al.
Architectural style  Colonial, Federal, Greek Revival
Similar  Nashoba Valley Ski Area, Wellfleet Driveā€‘In Theater, Russian Cemetery

Westford Center Historic District encompasses the historic village center of Westford, Massachusetts. It is centered on a stretch of Main Street between Graniteville and Leland Roads, extending away from this strip on a number of side streets. The area has been the town center since settlement of the town began in the 1720s. Prominent in the district are the Westford Academy building and the First Parish Church, two fine Federal style structures built in 1794, and the Italianate town hall, built in 1871.

The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

References

Westford Center Historic District Wikipedia


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