Henry P. Kent House, Suffield, Connecticut:
Built in 1872 on South Main Street for a tobacco merchant, Henry Phelps Kent this Second Empire style home was designed by a local architect named John Mead. Later, for almost 60 years, it was the home of Samuel Reid Spencer, a prominent merchant and philanthropist who also restored the King House Museum next door. Up until recently, the house used as a bed-and-breakfast called Spencer on Main.
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