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The Homestead Inn is located in New Milford, Connecticut, United States of America
-the Homestead Inn Was Originally Built By John Prime Treadwell In 1853- As His Private Residence Which Housed Three Generations Of Treadwells Until 1915. It Was Then Owned By George T. Sperry Until 1928- When It Was Established As The Homestead Inn By Mrs. Mary K. Philpot And Became The Leading Hotel In The Area. In 1938- A Second Building Was Added Which Housed A Restaurant For Many Years. In 1955 The Restaurant Was Closed And The Converted To Motel Rooms. From 1977-1985 It Was Owned By Mr. And Mrs. Macpherson. Rolf And Peggy Hammer Owned The Property Until 2003. Bill Greenman Is The Current Innkeeper.
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