The New Haven Congregational Church in New Haven, VT, constructed 1929 after the 1890 structure was destroyed by fire. The architectural style can be described as Ne0-Gothic. It was designed and built by Clinton Smith, a well known architect in Addison County.
6 thoughts on “Preservation Photos #165”
The first thing I noticed about this church was its accessibility. If it was an afterthought, it was extremely well done, incorporating liberal landscaping to make it appear natural and unobtrusive.
Good note! And I agree.
Good comment on the accessibility! Kaitlin, is there a way that PIP could collect good accessibility examples?
Great idea. It’ll take a while to scour through all of the images I have, but I’ll put it on the to-do list and keep an eye out in my travels.
This is darling!
So different, right? I love it.