Place:Clarendon, Rutland, Vermont, United States


Coordinates43.5°N 72.967°W
Located inRutland, Vermont, United States
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Clarendon is a town in Rutland County, Vermont, United States. The population was 2,571 at the 2010 census. Clarendon spans U.S. Route 7 and is split by the highway, the Cold River and Mill River, Otter Creek, and the Green Mountains into the villages of Clarendon, West Clarendon, East Clarendon, Clarendon Springs, and North Clarendon


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The area that later formed the Town of Clarendon was settled by families from lower New England as early as 1762. It and the surrounding area was then part of Albany County, New York, but was later split off as Charlotte County until Vermont declared itself as a republic around 1788. Land claims by New Hampshire were eventually settled, and in 1791 Vermont became a state.

Clarendon now includes the following entries on the National Register of Historic Places:

  • Brown Covered Bridge — bridges the Cold River on Cold River Road in North Clarendon. NOTE: The Brown Covered Bridge is actually on the Upper Cold River Road in Shrewsbury and was damaged during the flooding from Hurricane Irene (added February 21, 1974)
  • Clarendon Congregational Church — Middle Rd. (added August 12, 1984)
  • Clarendon House — off VT 133 in Clarendon Springs (added June 17, 1976)
    • The Clarendon House hotel was a spa resort destination in the early 20th century
  • Cold River Bridge — VT 7B over the Cold R. (added December 14, 1991)
  • East Clarendon Railroad Station — VT 103 and East Rd. (added April 8, 1999)
    • The former East Clarendon Railroad Station is a restaurant today
  • Kingsley Covered Bridge — bridges the Mill River on East Street in East Clarendon (added March 12, 1974)

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