Historic Harrisville

P.O. Box 79
Harrisville, NH 03450


Office Hours
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM


Wednesday, December 20th
 Doors open at 6:30 
TENANT GATHERING, Open House and Holiday Sale
Cheshire Mills Boarding House, 2nd fl.
Mary Lou DiPietro’s Studio
Wednesday, December 20th
10:00- 1:00



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C. C. P. Harris House, 1835

C. C. P. Harris House, 1835

C. C. P. Harris House

Charles C. P. Harris was the sixth and youngest Harris son. He worked in his brothers’ mills, laid out the avenues of the nearby cemetery, built a bridge over Goose Brook—probably the one next to the vestry—and served as town postmaster in his later years. His house, a 1½-story red brick cape, faces the length of Canal Street and backs onto the open water of Harrisville Pond. It has a Greek Revival paneled door and soldier course brick lintels over the windows. Two wood frame structures, which originally were separate houses, now connect to the brick house. Privately owned.