What is this building?
Here's a hint, it's in Ellington. As a bonus, when was it built?
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The image has been provided by the Ellington Historical Society.
Last week's question was "Where Was This Building?" and there was a correct guess. It is the former Ellington Inn on Maple Street - right in the center of town.
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According to Images of America: Ellington, from the Ellington Historical Society:
"The Ellington Inn was built in Rockville in 1843. After a fire destroyed the Franklin House owned by Edward O'Neil on Maple Street, this building was moved in 1908 from Rockville to the site in Ellington where it remains. It was operated as a hotel for a number of years before being rented as a dwelling and then converted to apartments after it was sold by the O'Neil heirs in 1937."