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House at 13 Annis Street

13 Annis Street is a historic mill worker house in Methuen, Massachusetts. Built about 1880, it is a typical small residence built for workers at the nearby Arlington Mills. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, but ha ...

                                               

House at 20 Hancock Road

The House at 20 Hancock Road in Wakefield, Massachusetts is an unusual Italianate house. Built in the 1860s or early 1870s, the two-story wood-frame house is only four bays wide, with the entry door in the leftmost bay. The house has some Italian ...

                                               

House at 25 Stanton Road

The ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story wood-frame house was built c. 1849–1855, probably by Samuel Crafts, who also built a number of other Italianate houses nearby. The L-shaped building has deep eaves with paired brackets, and a distinctive three-part window on ...

                                               

House at 50 Pelham Street

The House at 50 Pelham Street in Methuen, Massachusetts is a well-preserved Italianate house and barn. Built sometime in the 1870s, the ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story wood-frame house features typical Italianate decorations, including extended bracketed eaves, ...

                                               

House at 190 Main Street

The House at 190 Main Street, also known as the William F. Young House, is a historic house at 190 Main Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts. The exact construction date of the 2.5 story wood frame house is uncertain: it follows a traditional three ...

                                               

House at 1177 Main Street

1177 Main Street in Reading, Massachusetts, is a well-preserved and prominent local example of transitional Greek Revival-Italianate house. It was built sometime before 1854 by John Nichols, and probably served as a farmhouse. It was listed on th ...

                                               

Israel Southwick House

The Israel Southwick House is an historic house located at 76 Mendon Street, in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. The ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1860–65, and is a good local example of Italianate styling, with Queen Anne elements added ...

                                               

Maria Bassett House

The Maria Bassett House is a historic house at 8 College Avenue in Arlington, Massachusetts. Built c. 1850-70, it is one of the oldest houses in northwestern Arlington, and a particularly grand example of Italianate architecture. It was listed on ...

                                               

Charles Marsh House

The Charles Marsh House was a historic house at 248 Presidents Lane in Quincy, Massachusetts. The ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story wood-frame house was built in the 1860s, and was described as one of the citys finest examples of Italianate styling. It has been d ...

                                               

Mechanics Hall District

The Mechanics Hall District is a historic district encompassing a city block of downtown Worcester, Massachusetts, United States that preserves its late 19th-century appearance. It is located on Main Street between Exchange and Foster Streets, an ...

                                               

Miles Pratt House

The Miles Pratt House is a historic house at 106 Mt. Auburn Street in Watertown, Massachusetts. The ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 story wood frame house was built sometime between 1860 and 1874, and is Watertowns finest surviving Italianate residence. It has wide ea ...

                                               

J.J. Oakes House

The J. J. Oakes House is a historic house at 14 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is one of a few surviving Second Empire houses in Southbridge. The two story wood frame house was built sometime before 1870 for James Jacob Oakes, who ...

                                               

Peacock Farm

Peacock Farm is a residential neighborhood located in Lexington, Massachusetts. This historic neighborhood was designed by architect Walter Pierce and built between 1952 and 1958 with the goal making modernist homes accessible to those with limit ...

                                               

Six Moon Hill

Six Moon Hill is a residential neighborhood that was designed by The Architects Collaborative and is located in Lexington, Massachusetts. It consists of a collection of Modern houses on Moon Hill Road and neighboring streets in eastern Lexington, ...

                                               

Gray Cliff Historic District

The Gray Cliff Historic District is a residential historic district encompassing a cluster of exceptionally high quality houses built in Newton, Massachusetts, between about 1890 and 1940. When first listed on the National Register of Historic Pl ...

                                               

Aaron Martin House

The Aaron Martin House is a historic house at 786 Moody Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. The 2-1/2 story wood frame house was built in the 1890s by Waltham Watch Company employee and real estate speculator Aaron Martin. It is a particularly well ...

                                               

American Waltham Watch Company Historic District

The American Waltham Watch Company Historic District encompasses the former factory of the Waltham Watch Company, the leading American watch manufacturer of the 19th century and the citys largest employer. Located on Crescent Street and the banks ...

                                               

Building at 1-7 Moscow Street

The Building at 1-7 Moscow Street in Quincy, Massachusetts, is a rare turn-of-the-20th century wood frame apartment house. It was built in the first decade of the 20th century, and is a long rectangular 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, with two ...

                                               

Crystal Street Historic District

The Crystal Street Historic District is a group of three triple deckers at 30-34 Crystal Street, facing University Park in the Main South area of Worcester, Massachusetts. The houses appear to have been built for developer James Harrop, who lived ...

                                               

Fay Street Historic District

The Fay Street Historic District a small residential historic district encompassing two related triple decker houses at 4 and 6 Fay Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. Built about 1896, they were noted for the preservation of their Queen Anne sty ...

                                               

Harrington Block

The Harrington Block is a historic commercial and retail building at 376–390 Moody Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. The three story brick building was built 1884-85 by Charles Harrington, a local real estate speculator who was also employed by t ...

                                               

House at 11 Beach Street

11 Beach Street in Reading, Massachusetts is a modest Queen Anne cottage, built c. 1875-1889 based on a published design. Its first documented owner was Emily Ruggles, a prominent local businesswoman and real estate developer. The house was liste ...

                                               

House at 57 Woburn Street

The House at 57 Woburn Street in Reading, Massachusetts is a Queen Anne style house designed by architect Horace G. Wadlin and built c. 1889 for Alfred Danforth, railroad employee who served for a time as Readings town clerk. It is one of the tow ...

                                               

House at 77 Howard Street

77 Howard Street in Reading, Massachusetts is an excellent example of a well preserved Queen Anne Victorian house. It was built in the 1890s, during the towns growth as a railroad suburb of Boston. It was listed on the National Register of Histor ...

                                               

House at 129 High Street

129 High Street in Reading, Massachusetts is a well-preserved, modestly scaled Queen Anne Victorian house. Built sometime in the 1890s, it typifies local Victorian architecture of the period, in a neighborhood that was once built out with many si ...

                                               

Lincoln Estate–Elm Park Historic District

The Lincoln Estate–Elm Park Historic District is an expansive residential area in northwestern Worcester, Massachusetts. It is centered on Cedar and William Streets, and includes properties on adjacent streets. The area was developed beginning in ...

                                               

Mrs. R. Marcy House

Mrs. R. Marcy House is a historic house at 64 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is one of a few high style Queene Anne Victorian houses in Southbridge. It was built sometime before 1898, when it was listed as being owned by Mrs. Rind ...

                                               

Monadnock Road Historic District

The Monadnock Road Historic District is a residential historic district encompassing a cohesive subdivision of a former estate in the 1920s in the Chestnut Hill section of Newton, Massachusetts. The development was typical of Newtons explosive re ...

                                               

Olmsted Subdivision Historic District

Olmsted Subdivision Historic District is a historic district roughly bounded by New Ocean St/Paradise Road, Swampscott Avenue, Redington Street and Burrill Street in Swampscott, Massachusetts. According to the May 2005 Massachusetts Heritage Land ...

                                               

Pill Hill Historic District

The Pill Hill Historic District is a historic district roughly bounded by Boylston Street, Pond Ave., and Acron, Oakland and Highland Roads in Brookline, Massachusetts.

                                               

Putnam Street Historic District

The Putnam Street Historic District is a residential historic district roughly bounded by Winthrop, Putnam, Temple, and Shaw Streets in Newton, Massachusetts. It encompasses a residential area located on the hill just south of West Newton which w ...

                                               

Spring Hill Historic District (Somerville, Massachusetts)

The Spring Hill Historic District is a historic district roughly bounded by Summer, Central, Atherton, and Spring Streets in the Spring Hill area of Somerville, Massachusetts. The district encompasses the citys best-preserved residential subdivis ...

                                               

Thomas D. Page House

The Thomas D. Page House, also known later as the Belcher Lodge or the Chicopee Falls Masonic Temple, is a historic house at 35 Fuller Street in Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA. Built about 1875, it is a prominent local example of Queen Anne and Sti ...

                                               

Wellington Street Apartment House District

The Wellington Street Apartment House District of Worcester, Massachusetts encompasses a collection of stylistically similar apartment houses in the citys Main South area. It includes sixteen properties along Jacques Avenue, and Wellington and Ir ...

                                               

Albert H. Wheeler House

The Albert H. Wheeler House is a historic house at 219 South Street in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was built in the late 19th century, and is an example of a modest Queen Anne Victorian. Its owner, Albert H. Wheeler, was a Civil War veteran an ...

                                               

Woodbourne Historic District

                                               

Safety Fund National Bank

The Safety Fund National Bank is a historic bank building at 470 Main Street in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Completed in 1895, it is a prominent work of local architect H.M. Francis, and one of its only buildings to continuously house a bank since ...

                                               

Bristol County Superior Court (Fall River, Massachusetts)

The Bristol County Superior Court is a historic courthouse at 441 N. Main Street in Fall River, Massachusetts. It is a monumental three story granite structure, with a five-story square tower at one corner. The oldest portion of the building, the ...

                                               

Lower Main Street Historic District (Lee, Massachusetts)

The Lower Main Street Historic District of Lee, Massachusetts encompasses the historic center of the town. It is centered on the junction of Main and Park Streets, where the center of the town was laid out when it was established in 1760. Althoug ...

                                               

Albert Sweet House

The 1-1/2 story, wood-framed house was built sometime in the 1870s, and is a particularly picturesque example of Second Empire styling. It has a mansard roof, with bracketed gable dormers framing round-arch windows, and an off-center entry topped ...

                                               

Alfred Paull House

It is a two-story, wood-framed structure, roughly square in shape, with a tall bell-cast mansard roof. A porch extends across the front and around to one side, with chamfered posts and a decorative valance with curved pendant brackets. Similar br ...

                                               

Charles Holbrook House

The Charles Holbrook House is a historic house at 137 S. Main Street in Sherborn, Massachusetts. Built c. 1870-75, this modest house is the towns finest example of Second Empire styling. It was built for Charles Albert Holbrook, whose family oper ...

                                               

House at 5 Willow Court

The house originally stood on Massachusetts Avenue its construction date is not known, and was moved to its present site as that road developed more commercially in the 1930s. It has a mansard roof typical of the style, and its windows are topped ...

                                               

Jonathan Bowers House

The Jonathan Bowers House is a historic house at 58 Wannalancit Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. Built in 1872 for a local businessman, it is one of the most unusual houses in Massachusetts, being a circular masonry building with Second Empire st ...

                                               

Ironcap Banksia

Banksia sphaerocarpa var. dolichostyla, commonly known as Ironcap Banksia, is a plant which is either considered a variety of Banksia sphaerocarpa, or as a species in its own right. It is native to the Southwest Botanical Province of Western Aust ...

                                               

Langmaid Building

The Langmaid Building is a historic multiunit residence building at 48– 52 Highland Avenue in Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. The brick rowhouse was one of several Second Empire multiunit buildings built in the late 1870s and early 1880s by Samue ...

                                               

Lydia Pinkham House

The Lydia Pinkham House was the Lynn, Massachusetts, home of Lydia Pinkham, a leading manufacturer and marketer of patent medicines in the late 19th century. It is in this house that she developed Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound, an application ...

                                               

Southbridge-Sargent Manufacturing District

The Southbridge-Sargent Manufacturing District encompasses a collection of three 19th-century factory buildings near a historically important railroad junction in southern Worcester, Massachusetts. They were built near the intersection of Sargent ...

                                               

Tom Thumb House (Middleborough, Massachusetts)

The Tom Thumb House is a historic house at 351 Plymouth Street in Middleborough, Massachusetts. The 2​ 1 ⁄ 2 story wood frame house was built in the 1870s as a summer home for the dwarf entertainer Charles Stratton, best known by his stage name, ...

                                               

Wilbur Fiske Haven House

The Wilbur Fiske Haven House is a historic house at 339 Pleasant Street in Malden, Massachusetts. Built in the 1860s, this Second Empire house is a remnant survivor of a series of fashionable mid-19th century Victorian houses, known as "Doctors R ...

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