Amos Bull House

Visitors tour the Amos Bull House in Hartford where Connecticut Landmarks will have their offices and a community education center after renovations are completed in December.  The Amos Bull House on Prospects Street in Hartford is one of four 18th century buildings in Hartford. Amos Bull, a dry goods merchant, used the 1st floor for his business and lived on the top two floors. The building was modified and moved twice.  Over the years the building was a hardware store, auto dealership, and insurance offices.

Visitors tour the Amos Bull House in Hartford where Connecticut Landmarks will have their offices and a community education center after renovations are completed in December. The Amos Bull House on Prospects Street in Hartford is one of four 18th century buildings in Hartford. Amos Bull, a dry goods merchant, used the 1st floor for his business and lived on the top two floors. The building was modified and moved twice. Over the years the building was a hardware store, auto dealership, and insurance offices. 

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