Crowninshield House
The Crowninshield House is an historic house designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, located at 164 Marlborough Street in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.
Commissioned by Benjamin ...
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Donald McKay House
The Donald McKay House is a historic house at 78-80 White Street in East Boston, Massachusetts. It was the residence of Donald McKay, the noted builder of clipper ships.
The house was built in 184...
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William Lloyd Garrison House
The William Lloyd Garrison House, also known as Rockledge, is a National Historic Landmark house, located at 125 Highland Street in the Roxbury Higlands section of Boston, Massachusetts. Probably bui...
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Gibson House Museum
The Gibson House Museum is an historic house museum located at 137 Beacon Street in the Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts. It preserves the 1860 Victorian rowhouse occupied by three generations of the ...
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Lawrence Model Lodging Houses
The Lawrence Model Lodging Houses are historic apartment houses located at 79, 89, 99 and 109 East Canton Street in the South End of Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1874, these 4-1/2 story brick build...
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Ellen Swallow Richards House
The Ellen H. Swallow Richards House is a National Historic Landmark house at 32 Eliot Street in Jamaica Plain, a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It was the home of Ellen Swallow Richards (1842...
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Harrison Gray Otis House
There are three houses named the Harrison Gray Otis House in Boston, Massachusetts. All were built by noted American architect Charles Bulfinch for the same man, Federalist lawyer and politician Harri...
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Captain Lemuel Clap House
The Captain Lemuel Clap House (1767) is a historic house located at 199 Boston Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts. It is now owned by the Dorchester Historical Society, which opens the house for tours ...
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Timothy Hoxie House
The Timothy Hoxie House is an historic house at 135 Hillside Street in Boston, Massachusetts. This two story wood frame house was built in 1854, and is a locally distinctive example of Italianate arc...
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Loring-Greenough House
The Loring-Greenough House is the last surviving 18th century residence in Sumner Hill, a historic section of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, a neighborhood of Boston. It is located at 12 South Street o...
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Francis Parkman House
The Francis Parkman House is a National Historic Landmark at 50 Chestnut Street, on Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts. Probably designed by Cornelius Coolidge and built in 1824, it is one of a ser...
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Pierce–Hichborn House
The Pierce–Hichborn House (circa 1711) is an early Georgian house located at 19 North Square, Boston, Massachusetts. It is immediately adjacent to the Paul Revere House and is now operated as a nonpro...
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Hancock Manor
The Hancock Manor was a house located at 30 Beacon Street on Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts. It stood near the southwest corner of what are today the grounds of the Massachusetts State House.
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John Harris House and Farm
The John Harris House and Farm is an historic farm at 284 Newton Street in Brookline and Boston, Massachusetts. The main farm house, well back from the road, was built c. 1778, and was extensively re...
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House at 1 Bay Street
The House at 1 Bay Street is an historic house at 1 Bay Street in the Bay Village neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.The two story brick house was built in 1830 by Benjamin Bosworth, and is a well-...
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Pierce House (Dorchester, Massachusetts)
The Pierce House is a rare 17th century (First Period) house at 24 Oakton Avenue in the Dorchester neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. Built c. 1683, It documents period building practices, and t...
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James Blake House
The James Blake House is the oldest house in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The address is 735 Columbia Road, in Edward Everett Square. This neighborhood of Dorchester is a few blocks from the ...
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Amory-Ticknor House
The Amory-Ticknor House is a historic house at 9-10 Park Street and 22-22A Beacon Street in Boston, Massachusetts. It was built in 1804 by businessman Thomas Coffin Amory, and later owned by scholar ...
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David Sears House
The David Sears House is a historic house at 42-43 Beacon Street in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The three story house was built in several stages between 1816 and 1875. No...
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House at 17 Cranston Street
The House at 17 Cranston Street in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, is an architecturally eclectic and distinctive 12-sided structure. It was built before 1874 by Archibald Sc...
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Harrison Loring House
The Harrison Loring House is a historic house at 789 East Broadway in the South Boston neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. The 2-1/2 story brick mansion was built in 1865 for Harrison Loring, owne...
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Headquarters House (Boston, Massachusetts)
Headquarters House, also known as the William Hickling Prescott House, is an historic house at 55 Beacon Street on Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the left-hand portion of a double townho...
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Pinebank Mansion
Pinebank Mansion was a Queen Anne-style house sited on a hill overlooking Jamaica Pond in Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1868 by John Hubbard Sturgis, it was the only mansion retained by Frederick La...
Charles Sumner House
The Charles Sumner House is a historic house at 20 Hancock Street on Beacon Hill in Boston, Massachusetts. The brick townhouse, built c. 1806, is notable as the home for many years of the Charles Sum...
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Abbotsford (Boston, Massachusetts)
Abbotsford, now the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, is a historic house at 300 Walnut Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. The museum is dedicated to black visual arts herita...
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Ozias Goodwin House
The Ozias Goodwin House is a historic house at 7 Jackson Avenue in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts. The two-story brick rowhouse was built in 1795, and is one of Boston's rare surviving Federa...
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Paul Revere House
The Paul Revere House (1680) was the colonial home of American patriot Paul Revere during the time of the American Revolution. A National Historic Landmark, it is located at 19 North Square, Boston, M...
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William Clapp House
The William Clapp House (1806) is a historic house located at 195 Boston Street, Dorchester, Massachusetts. It is the headquarters of the Dorchester Historical Society and contains many items from the...
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Roxbury Heritage State Park
Roxbury Heritage State Park is a history-themed heritage park in the oldest part of Roxbury, a former town annexed in 1868 by Boston, Massachusetts. It is anchored by the Dillaway–Thomas House, a larg...
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