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One Fireplace & Chimney, Keeping Groton People Warm For 335 Years

Owner Bennett Black Jr. inspects deteriorated bricks before restoration work begins on one of the oldest chimenys in town, a chimney built in post medieval style inspired by English Palladian architecture. Photo courtesy Joshua Vollmar.

 

This house in the corner of Hollis and Champney streets is one of the oldest in Groton, having been built circa 1685 according to new research by Groton historian Joshua Vollmar. 

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