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Brush Hill Historic District

The Brush Hill Historic District is a residential historic district along Brush Hill Road in Milton, Massachusetts. It extends on the north side of the road from Dana Avenue to Brush Hill Lane, and on the south side from Bradlee Road to Robbins S ...

                                               

Building at 42 Edward J. Lopez Avenue

The Building at 42 Edward J. Lopez Avenue is a rare Federal period house in East Cambridge, Massachusetts. The two story wood frame building has a hip roof and very simple styling. It was built about 1830, during the first period of East Cambridg ...

                                               

Caleb Gorton House

The Caleb Gorton House is an historic 18th-century house located in Warwick, Rhode Island. The Federal style house, a 2-1/2 story five-bay wood frame structure with a central chimney, was built c. 1790. It was restored by Steve Tyson, a preservat ...

                                               

Capt. Seth Baker Jr. House

The Capt. Seth Baker Jr. House is a historic house at 35 Main Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA. Built about 1850, it is a late example of transitional Federal-Greek Revival architecture, and a somewhat modest house built for a ships capta ...

                                               

Capt. William Hallett House

This 1-1/2 story wood frame house was built c. 1800, and exhibits a distinctive combination of Federal and Queen Anne styling. While its basic form is that of a Federal-style Cape, it was altered in the late 19th century, adding a shed-roof dorme ...

                                               

Chandler-Hidden House

The Chandler-Hidden House is a historic house at 17 Hidden Road in Andover, Massachusetts. It was built for Isaac Chandler, probably by his son-in-law David Hidden, in about 1812. Hidden, a housewright, had come to Andover to help in the construc ...

                                               

Clark-Eames House

The Clark-Eames House is a historic house located at 230 Middlefield Road in Washington, Massachusetts. Probably built around 1790, it is one of the towns few surviving 18th-century houses. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Place ...

                                               

Cove Street Historic District

The Cove Street Historic District encompasses a small 19th-century neighborhood area of Duxbury, Massachusetts. Located along Cove Street north of the town center, it was developed in the early 19th century to provide housing for workers in nearb ...

                                               

Dr. Edward Francis Gleason House

The two story wood frame house was built c. 1790, and is a fine local example of Federal styling. It has an L shape, with intersecting hip roofs, and two interior chimneys. The main entry is centered on the five-bay front facade, and is elaborate ...

                                               

E. Brown House

The E. Brown House is an historic house located at 7 Sutton Street, in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a side gable roof, central chimney, and clapboard siding. Despite its otherwise vernacu ...

                                               

Fuller House (Barnstable, Massachusetts)

The Fuller House is a historic house on Parker Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. Built c. 1800, the house is a well-preserved local example of a Federal period farmhouse with barn. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places ...

                                               

George Taft House

The George Taft House is a historic house at 153 Richardson Street in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. The two story timber-frame house was built in c. 1810. Taft Benson, Sr, a famous Mormon Pioneer, lived in the house from 1817–1835. It is a well-preser ...

                                               

Deacon Daniel Green House

The Deacon Daniel Green House is a historic house at 747 Main Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts. It is a ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story wood-frame house, with a gable roof and clapboard siding. It was built early in the Federal period, and is one of a few sur ...

                                               

Hooper House (Swansea, Massachusetts)

The 1-1/2 story, gambrel-roofed, wood-framed house was built in about 1790, and is located on what was once a major route from the Gardners Neck area to Rehoboth. It is a well-preserved example of a 19th-century farmhouse. The main facade is five ...

                                               

House at 28 Wiley Street

The House at 28 Wiley Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts is an unusual Federal or Georgian style house. It is built of brick, a rare construction material in pre-Revolutionary Wakefield. It appears to have been built as an addition to another hou ...

                                               

House at 483 Summer Avenue

The House at 483 Summer Avenue in Reading, Massachusetts, USA, is a modestly decorated vernacular Federal style cottage. The 1-1/2 story wood frame house was built c. 1830, late for a Federal style building. Its significant Federal features are i ...

                                               

Isaac Hall House

Built c. 1720 by Andrew Hall, it is the oldest surviving house in Medford Square. The three story wood frame house was extensively remodeled in the Federal style in c. 1780 by Halls son Isaac. The house also has a prominent history in the America ...

                                               

J. Kensley House

The J. Kensley House is an historic house located at 342 Chestnut Street in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. The ​ 1 ⁄ 5 story brick house was built c. 1820, and is an excellent local example of Federal styling. The house has a central chimney, and an as ...

                                               

Jabez Weston House

The Jabez Weston House is a historic house at 86 West Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The older portion of this 2.5 story timber-frame house was built c. 1779 in a late-Georgian early-Federalist style. This portion consisted of a five bay secti ...

                                               

Samuel Jackson Jr. House

The two-story wood-frame house was built c. 1768 by Samuel Jackson, the great-grandson of Edward Jackson, one of Newtons early settlers. The five-bay facade is typical of Federal style houses, as are the rear twin chimneys. The front porch, with ...

                                               

Jehiel Cochran House

The Jehiel Cochran House is a historic house at 65 Burnham Road in Andover, Massachusetts. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and Massachusetts cultural inventory records at 63 Burnham Road, but by the Andover Historical Soc ...

                                               

John Richardson House (Barnstable, Massachusetts)

The John Richardson House is a historic house at 242 Phinneys Lane in the Centerville area of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1/2 story wood-frame Cape style house was built c. 1795 by John Richardson, member of a locally prominent family and th ...

                                               

Joseph Bancroft House

The Joseph Bancroft House is a historic house at 101 Lowell Street in Reading, Massachusetts. Built in the early 1830s, it is a prominent local example of Federal period architecture. It was built for a member of the locally prominent Bancroft fa ...

                                               

Joseph Cleale House

It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame house, with a front-facing gable roof, clapboard siding, and twin interior chimneys. A two-story hip-roofed ell extends to the rear of the main block. The house was built c. 1820–25, and is one of the towns best-pre ...

                                               

Joseph Damon House

The Joseph Damon House is a historic house at 178 South Street in Reading, Massachusetts. Built about 1754, this ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story wood-frame house is good local example of a Georgian colonial house with later Federal period alterations. It also d ...

                                               

Joseph Jenkins House

The Joseph Jenkins House is a historic house at 310 Pine Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. This 2-1/2 story wood frame house was built c. 1750 by Joseph Jenkins, and is a well-preserved reminder of West Barnstables early history. The house is ...

                                               

Joseph Parker House

The Joseph Parker House is a historic house at 107 Grove Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame house was probably built around 1795, when it first appeared on local maps. It is predominantly Federal in its styling, with small ...

                                               

Laflin-Phelps Homestead

The Laflin - Phelps Homestead is a historic house at 20 Depot Street in Southwick, Massachusetts. Probably built in the early 19th century, it is a fine local example of Federal style architecture. The property was listed in the National Register ...

                                               

Lawton Place Historic District

The Lawton Place Historic District is a historic district on Lawton Place between Amory Road and Jackson Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. The district preserves some of the nations oldest textile mill worker housing. The duplex houses located on ...

                                               

Lot Crocker House

The Lot Crocker House is a historic house at 284 Gosnold Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1/2 story wood frame Cape style house was built c. 1800. It is five bays wide, with a side gable roof and twin interior chimneys, an unusual featu ...

                                               

Lyman Street Historic District

The Lyman Street Historic District is a historic district roughly encompassing Lyman Street between Church and Main Streets in Waltham, Massachusetts. Lyman Street was laid out in 1826 by Theodore Lyman, owner of The Vale, a country estate just t ...

                                               

Medway Village Historic District

The Medway Village Historic District encompasses a historic 19th century industrial village in southeastern Medway, Massachusetts. The village grew as a consequence of the textile industry that developed on the Charles River in the area beginning ...

                                               

Milton Centre Historic District

The Milton Centre Historic District encompasses the traditional civic heart of Milton, Massachusetts. The district is located on Canton Avenue between Readsdale Road and Thacher and Highland Streets, and includes municipal buildings, churches, an ...

                                               

Old Shipbuilders Historic District

The Old Shipbuilders Historic District is a 287-acre historic district in Duxbury, Massachusetts. The district includes both sides of Washington Street extending from South Duxbury to Powder Point Avenue, including several side streets off of Was ...

                                               

Peck–Bowen House

It is a modest 1-1/2 story, Cape style cottage, five bays wide, with a side gable roof and central chimney. An ell, added around 1910, extends to the rear. The interior retains original features, including beaded chair rails and fireplace mantels ...

                                               

Philemon Sage House

The Philemon Sage House is a historic house at 69 Sandy Brook Turnpike in Sandisfield, Massachusetts. Built in 1799 and enlarged in 1827, it is a good local example of Federal period architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Histori ...

                                               

Piety Corner Historic District

The Piety Corner Historic District encompasses one of the oldest settled areas of Waltham, Massachusetts. It is centered on a major road intersection, the junction of Totten Pond Road with Lexington and Bacon Streets, and includes the citys large ...

                                               

Preserved Gardner House

This 2-1/2 story, wood-framed house was built in about 1820, and is a good local example of a Federal style farmhouse. Its porches were added in the late 19th century, when the house was converted to a summer residence when Swansea became a fashi ...

                                               

Reed-Wood Place

It is a complex of attached buildings typical of 19th century New England farms. At one end is the main house, a ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 five bay wood frame structure, was probably built sometime before 1812 for Isaac and Mary Gardner Reed. The house exhibits ...

                                               

Richard Sayles House

The Richard Sayles House is an historic house at 80 Mendon Street, in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. It is a distinctive local example of Federal period architecture executed in granite. It is further notable has the home from about 1859 onward of Rich ...

                                               

Sibley–Corcoran House

The Sibley–Corcoran House is a historic house at 387 Upper Valley Road in Washington, Massachusetts. Built about 1813, it is a well-preserved example of a rural Federal style farmhouse, with later Greek Revival alterations. The house was listed o ...

                                               

Simeon Alexander Jr. House

The Simeon Alexander Jr. House is an historic house on Millers Falls Road south of Pine Meadow Road in Northfield, Massachusetts. Built about 1780, it is one of the towns best surviving examples of an early Federal period farmhouse, built by a pr ...

                                               

William Stimpson House

The William Stimpson House is a historic house at 22 Prospect Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story timber-frame house was built sometime before 1795, probably by William Stimpson, son of the local doctor. It has conservative Federal ...

                                               

Tobey Homestead

The 2-1/2 story wood frame house, which occupied a prominent site in the town center in front of Tobey Hospital, was built c. 1825 and extensively remodeled c. 1870. The house followed a basic Federal-style plan, five bays wide and two deep. The ...

                                               

John Ward House (Newton, Massachusetts)

The John Ward House at 184 Ward Street in Newton, Massachusetts is a Federal style house. It was deemed eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986, but its owner objected to the listing. The house is a circa 1805 hou ...

                                               

Winchendon Village Historic District

The Winchendon Village Historic District encompasses the 19th-century commercial center of Winchendon, Massachusetts. It extends along Front and School Streets from School Square to Spring Street, and continues north on Central Street as far as S ...

                                               

Woodward Homestead

The Woodward Homestead is a historic house at 17 Main Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts, USA. It is an unusual style wood frame house, with an older portion that is 1.5 stories and was probably built sometime before 1765. It was remodeled later ...

                                               

Worcester House (Lowell, Massachusetts)

The Worcester House is a historic house at 658 Andover Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. This vernacular Federal style farmhouse was built c. 1802 by Eldad Worcester, on land originally purchased by his grandfather, and is the oldest house on Ando ...

                                               

Boutell-Hathorn House

The 5.6-acre 2.3 ha property includes a house whose oldest portion predates 1754, a mid-19th century Italianate barn, and rare surviving remnants of a slaughterhouse that was operated by N. B. Eames in the second half of the 19th century. The hou ...

                                               

Capt. Josiah Pratt House

The Capt. Josiah Pratt House is a historic house at 141 East Street in Foxboro, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame house, five bays wide, with a hip roof, central chimney, and clapboard siding. Its centered entrance is set in a project ...

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