I took a walk on Wethersfield's Main Street, home of many colonial-era and other vintage buildings.
The 1767 Simeon Belden house is for sale for only $360,000. A Belden descendant founded Comstock Ferre -- an old company selling heritage seeds next door-- in the early 1800s.
Popular restaurant Lucky Lou's is in the 1787 Deming-Standish house.
A little shop with a charming front garden.
A Victorianized porch addition to a colonial era home.
In 1781, the Joseph Webb house was the headquarters of General George Washington, who met here with the French commander, the Comte de Rochambeau, to plan the joint military campaign leading to the British surrender at Yorktown, Virginia, and the end of the American Revolution.
The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is the subject of tomorrow's post.
The Henry Stallman house, an 1872 Gothic Revival home.
Trinity Episcopal Church, 1871 - 1874, by E.T. Potter, architect of the Mark Twain House.