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Taking a Stroll Along Palisado Avenue

Palisado Avenue is located in one of the Historic Districts of Windsor, Connecticut. Not far from the Farmington River, this picturesque district contains mostly 18th century buildings including homes and a church.  A beautiful common provides a spacious green anchor for the district. The avenue is also home to the Windsor Historical Society.

Palisado Avenue, Windsor, CT
Thomas Hayden House built 1769
Palisado Avenue, Windsor, CT
Hezekiah Chaffee House, Georgian, 1765
The Strong-Howard House, built 1758, is part of the Windsor Historical Society and available to tour
The Strong-Howard House, built 1758, is part of the Windsor Historical Society and available to tour
Palisado Avenue, Windsor, CT
James Hooker House built 1765
The Strong-Howard House, built 1758, is part of the Windsor Historical Society and available to tour
Rev. William Russell House built 1755
Palisado Avenue, Windsor, CT
Dr. William Seward Pierson House built 1805
Palisado Avenue, Windsor, CT
Palisado Green with statue of Major John Mason
Palisado Avenue, Windsor, CT Street sign

For detailed information about the historic district please see the Palisado Avenue Historic District National Register Nomination Form.

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