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A linear district approximately two miles in length, it runs almost due north and south along Pomfret Street (State Route 169 and U. Route 44), the main road through town also known as the Norwich Worcester Turnpike.
Although at its southern end Pomfret Street rises steeply, the Pomfret Street Historic District is on relatively level terrain along the west side of Prospect Hill (also known as Pomfret Hill), which rises to its summit on the east.
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Description The Pomfret Street Historic District encompasses the historic center of the Town of Pomfret, which is located in Connecticut's northeast corner.
Joining Pomfret Street on the east side are Church Road, Grosvenor Road, and Bradley Road.
Entering from the west side are Mallory Road, Paradise Road, and a short portion of Kings Highway.
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