Historic Homes Photo Gallery Go 211 Center Road. Reverend James Johnson House, c.1760. Moses Ogden House at the corner of Westport Road and Black Rock Turnpike. Photo c. 1900. House lost to the Hemlock Reservoir c. 1914. House at Redding Road and Black Rock Road, now Aspetuck Park c. 1920. 1896. Sweetbriar Farm was the home of Sylvanus & Mary Mallett. Located at 1020 Sport Hill Road, the house was built in 1889. 1934 photo of Ida Tarbell house on Valley Road. Valley Road. 1915 view looking south with Ida Tarbell House at left. 1946. The Bradley Hubbell House on Black Rock Turnpike dates back to the early 1800's. The original Arcan Ridge house in 1941. It would be lost to fire in 1946. 131 Sport Hill Road. Built 1875, Edwin Godfrey. Later Tersana Farm owned by Samuel P. Senior. 136 Sport Hill Road. Ezra Seeley House, c1803. Later the Yellow Bowl Tea Room. Photo c.1940. 5 Knapp Street. George Knapp House c.1864. 1 Adams Road. Ebenezer Seeley House c.1810. 75 North Street. Jeb Curtis House, c.1790. 412 Sport Hill Road, c. 1780. 67 Rock House Road, Banks Homestead-gone. Sylvanus Mallet at Sweetbriar 1896. David Jennings House 120 Silver Hill Road, 1765. 615 Sport Hill Road, Adams House and Barn, c. 1770. 145 Sherwood Road, Sherwood Homestead, c. 1860. Sport Hill Road & Congress Street in the Plattsville section. House moved in 1939 when the Merritt Parkway was built. 355 Sport Hill Road. Captain Sherwood c.1715. 227 Center Road, photo c. 1915, demolished by BHC. 24 Marsh Road. Harry Escott House, built 1926. 265 Center Road. Captain James Johnson Homestead, c.1800. "Sweetbriar" built in 1889 by Sylvanus Mallett. c1896 photo. Melvyn Silliman House 320 North Park Ave. 1870. Isaac Bennett House. 35 Old Oak, Built by Captain Nathaniel Seeley late 1700#039;s. "Ye Olde Oak" still stands in front. North Park Avenue. Patterson Homestead lost to Easton Lake c.1926. Ward Homestead, 265 Center Road, Captain James Johnson, c.1800. 640 Morehouse Road. Alfred Burr House c.1794. Rectory for Notre Dame Church. 32 Bibbins Road. Ebenezer Hubbell House, c.1740. Fanton House, 169 Redding Road, c. 1800. Built in 1939, this house at 190 Maple Road was originally owned by author Edna Ferber. In 1959, it became the home of sculptor Frederick Charles Shrady. Birdseye Beers house sat on Spur Road near foot of Flat Rock. Moved when Easton Lake was built c.1927. 35 Old Redding Road, Moses Dimon House c.1725. Gustav Pfeiffer Estate and cornerstone property of his Aspetuck Farms in the 1930's. 245 Rock House Road. Perhaps the oldest known house in Easton, it dates between 1683 and 1710. This 1937 photo was taken when house was owned by Jane Dillon. It has since been restored to its original appearance with dormers removed. The David Silliman house, c 1760.