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History of the Charter Oak

Updated: Oct 5, 2020

Architecture involves a balance between the built environment and it’s natural landscape.

Our Barn Site is no exception and among its many acreage sits the historical Charter Oak tree just north of the Barn itself. This cherished tree is protected under historical significance and is physically protected by landscape fencing on the front lawn adjacent to Strawberry Hill Avenue.


Check out this article from the Hartford Courant regarding the historical Charter Oak tree also called the “Constitutional Oak” and its connection to our State and our site.

Charter Oak Trees
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