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The house has been in the Spencer family since its construction in 1871 by Henry Kent and his wife Jane Spencer. The architect was John Mead, who became one of the most respected architects in the greater Hartford area and designed houses for such prominent families as the Vanderbilt. The house is considered one of the finest examples of Second Empire Style, which has its roots in mid-19th-century Paris.

The sidewalks of Main Street are a great place to walk or run and the 8-acre garden or the large screened porch of Spencer On Main are ideal spots to relax after a busy day.

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