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Encyclopedia > Westville, Connecticut

Westville is a neighborhood of the city of New Haven, Connecticut located in the northwestern part of the city, primarily bordering the neighboring town of Woodbridge, Connecticut, the neighborhood of West Rock-Westhills, and the geographic landmark of West Rock.


Westville is a mixed-use district, with both residential and commercial zoning space. Generally, as elevation rises, the neighborhood becomes more residential, with primary commercial buildings located along Whalley Avenue, which runs from the southeast to northwest.

Neighborhoods of New Haven
The Annex | Beaver Hills | Church Street South | City Point | Downtown | Dixwell | Dwight-Edgewood-West River | East Rock | East Shore | Edgewood-West River | Fair Haven | Fair Haven Heights | The Hill | Long Wharf | Morris Cove | Newhallville | Prospect Hill | Upper State Street | West Rock-Westhills | Westville | Wooster Square

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Westville, Connecticut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (147 words)
Westville is a neighborhood of the city of New Haven, Connecticut located in the western part of the city.
Westville is a mixed-use district, with both residential and commercial zoning space.
Several of Yale's primary athletic faciliteis are located near the edge of Westville, including Yale Bowl, Yale Field (baseball), Cullman Courts (tennis), and the Yale golf course.
79.03.01: The Development of Westville (5914 words)
Westville was inland, away from the harbor; Whalley Avenue was not paved; and the Westville end of Chapel Street was not connected with New Haven until the mid-1800s.
Westville’s families met at the Westville Tavern, which was once located at the junction of Fountain Street and Whalley Avenue.
Westville was, from 1640 through 1840, a farming community and grew slowly, unlike many coastal cities which dealt largely with other cities and countries.
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