Municipality: Hartland, VT
Location: Station Road, Hartland 3 Corners
Site Type: Church
STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE:
An excellent example of a Greek Revival style church of brick load bearing construction.
The church was erected by the Congregationalists.
The church was remodelled in the late nineteenth century.
ADDITIONAL ARCHITECTURAL OR STRUCTURAL DESCRIPTION:
Wall surface of the east, front (north) and west elevations divided into recessed
panels corresponding to the fenestration. Tiered, boxed bell tower with
an open bell chamber and a slightly bellcast spire.
RELATED STRUCTURES: Barn
DATE BUILT: 1834.
REFERENCES: None given.
RECORDED BY: Courtney Fisher, Vt. Division of Historic Sites, 11/73.
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