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- Built in 1855
- Italianate style
- Features a five-story tower
- Designated National Historic Landmark (NHL) in 1966
- Privately owned retirement home
- New Office building erected 1941
Storehouse and Recreation Center
- June 16, 1936
- Corner of Huyshope Avenue and Sequassen Street
Church of the Good Shepherd building
Church of the Good Shepherd and Caldwell H. Colt Memorial Parish House
- 155 Wyllys Street, Hartford, Connecticut
- Detailed description at NPS
- Edward Tuckerman Potter's Italianate design
- The Church of the Good Shepherd and Caldwell H. Colt Memorial Parish House were designed by the architect Edward Tuckerman Potter, and built by Mrs. Colt as a memorial to her deceased husband and their eldest son.
- Intended to serve the spiritual needs of the Colt workers; open to all.
Armory House building
- Boarding house, probably just for Colt's employees.
- Corner of Charter Oak Avenue and Vredendale Avenue
- Erected in 1855
- Demolished in 1929
Charter Oak School building
- Built circa 1871
- Located in Colt Meadows
- Stood on Charter Oak Avenue near the corner of Huyshope Avenue, near the Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd
- Burned to the ground December 6, 1910