Merwin Loomis House (1845)

The house at 51 Court Street in Westfield was built in 1845-1846 for Merwin Loomis, a prominent grocer, and his wife, Lydia. Later, the house was the residence of his granddaughter, Florence, and her husband, Harold Stevens, a former bank treasurer for the Hampden National Bank. Today, the house is home to Lydia’s Gathering Place, a by-reservation-only dining alternative for Small Group Gatherings named for Lydia Loomis.

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One Response to Merwin Loomis House (1845)

  1. Steve says:

    Interesting Greek Revival variation. The two-story porch is wonderful.

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