In the Middle Street and Shay Street quadrant:
989 South East Street in the early 1800s was the post office of this small neighborhood and had the Hiram Allen family living here. This is a federal era home. – FINDAGRAVE
1001 South East Street is the South Amherst School from 1900.
1025 South East Street is the Armstrong house from 1860. – FINDAGRAVE
In the Shays Street to Pomeroy Lane quadrant:
At 445 Shays Street is the Jonathan Dickinson home and barn from 1780 in Federal style. – FINDAGRAVE
At 324 Pomeroy Lane is the Enos Dickinson home and store / post office. – FINDAGRAVE
In the Middle Street to South East Street quadrant:
At 1055 South East Street is the house from 1742 in a Georgian style. – This is the house of Nathaniel Coleman
1067 South East Street is from 1770 and is now a parsonage for the South Congregational Church – FINDAGRAVE
1081 South East Street is from the 1800s – no history link
In the southeast section of the South East Street to Station Road quadrant:
At 1046 South East Street is the Munson Memorial Library
At 1066 South East Street is the South Amherst Congregational Church from 1825.
At 1072 South East Street is the Elisha Smith house from 1805. – FINDAGRAVE
In the northeast section of the South East Street to Station Road quadrant:
986 South East Street is the Amherst Town Farm and William Chaffee farm. The red barn to the far right is the town barn.
Outside the zone:
101 Middle Street has the Smith and Bridgman house from the early 1800s.