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Quaker Hill Historic District is a historic district in the town of Waterford, Connecticut that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.
The district is a very irregularly shaped district that generally runs along Old Norwich Road. It includes the center of the historic Quaker Hill neighborhood. It excludes non-historic properties, including entire streets, of modern-day Quaker Hill.
The district includes 109 elements, of which 92 are contributing buildings, over a 102 acres (41 ha) area. It also includes 16 non-contributing buildings and one non-contributing site. Properties included in the district are: numbers 3 and 5 on Caroline Court; 3 Northwood Road; 2, 11, and 17 on Quaker Hill Green (Old Colchester Road); 2 Richard’s Grove Road; 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, and 15 Rosemary Lane; and 54 parcels on Old Norwich Road ranging from numbers 91 to 209.
The original Quaker Hill was a community of dispersed farmsteads. No colonial buildings survive in the district.

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