Mills House

This is a fine example of a brick Federal house built in 1824 by Oliver William Mills from bricks he made in his own back yard. It remained in the family for four generations when Marguerite Mills was living there. Many alterations were made to the house through the years and in 1980 it was listed on the National Register. © Windsor Historical Society.


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