Strong House

Strong House The Strong House is a historic house at 67 Amity Street in Amherst, Massachusetts. It was built c. 1744 by Simeon Strong, not long after the permanent settlement of Amherst began in 1738.

Originally a 2-1/2 story saltbox in configuration, it was enlarged, probably in the late 18th century, to its present 3-1/2 stories with gambrel roof.The Simeon Strong House was given to the Amherst Historical Society in 1916. It currently houses the Amherst History Museum.The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, and included in the Amherst Central Business District in 1991.


67 Amity St
Amherst, MA


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