Rea-Proctor Homestead
The Rea-Proctor Homestead is a historic First Period house at 180 Conant Road in Danvers, Massachusetts. It is notable not only for its age, but its association with a number of well-known individual...
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Rea Putnam Fowler House
Rea Putnam Fowler House is a historic house at 4 Elerton Lane in Danvers, Massachusetts.It was built around 1700 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
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Derby Summer House
The Derby Summer House, also known as the McIntire Tea-house, is a summer house designed in 1793 by architect Samuel McIntire, now located on the grounds of the Glen Magna Farms, Danvers, Massachusett...
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Sprague House (Danvers, Massachusetts)
The Sprague House is a historic house at 59 Endicott Street in Danvers, Massachusetts. The well preserved 2.5 story wood frame Federal style house was built in 1810 for Joseph Sprague, Jr., son of a ...
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Judge Samuel Holten House
The Judge Samuel Holten House (circa 1670) is a historic house located at 171 Holten Street, Danvers, Massachusetts. It is currently owned by the Daughters of the American Revolution, and open by appo...
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Prince Osborne House
Prince Osborne House, built in 1700, is a historic First Period house at 273 Maple Street in Danvers, Massachusetts.The First Period house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990...
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General Israel Putnam House
The General Israel Putnam House in Danvers, Massachusetts, United States, is a historic First Period house recorded in the National Register of Historic Places. The house is also sometimes known as th...
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White-Preston House
The White-Preston House, built c. 1722, is a historic house at 592 Maple Street in Danvers, Massachusetts. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
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James Putnam, Jr. House
The James Putnam Jr. House, built in 1715, is a historic house at 42 Summer Street in Danvers, Massachusetts.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
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Fowler House (Danvers, Massachusetts)
The Fowler House is a historic house at 166 High Street in the Danversport section of Danvers, Massachusetts. Built in 1810, the brick 2.5 story structure is notable as a well preserved example of Fe...
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Rebecca Nurse Homestead
The Rebecca Nurse Homestead is a historic colonial house on grounds located at 149 Pine Street, Danvers, Massachusetts. It is open afternoons in the warmer months for an admission fee.The house is bel...
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