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List of historic houses in Massachusetts

List of historic houses in Massachusetts

  • Dickinson Homestead Amherst – home of Emily Dickinson
  • Strong House, c. 1744, home of the Amherst Historical Society
  • Amherst
  • William Cullen Bryant Homestead Cummington – home of William Cullen Bryant
  • Cummington
  • Samuel Porter House, 1713
  • Porter–Phelps–Huntington House Hadley – built between 1752 and 1799 and home of several generations of important local figures, including diarist Elizabeth Porter Phelps and bishop Frederic Dan Huntington
  • Hadley
  • Shepherd Barn contains exhibits of antique farm implements, vehicles and a working blacksmith shop.
  • Parsons House 1730 affords an overview of Colonial domestic architecture with its interior walls exposed to reveal evolving structural and decorative changes over more than two and a half centuries.
  • Damon House 1813, built by architect Isaac Damon, contains Historic Northamptons administrative offices and a Federal era parlor featuring Damon family furnishings and period artifacts. A modern structure, added in 1987, houses the museum and exhibition area. It features changing exhibits and a permanent installation, A Place Called Paradise: The Making of Northampton, Massachusetts, chronicling Northampton history.
  • Northampton
  • Historic Northampton, a museum of local history in the heart of the Connecticut River Valley of western Massachusetts. Its collection of approximately 50.000 objects and three historic buildings is the repository of Northampton and Connecticut Valley history from the pre-contact era to the present. Historic Northampton constitutes a campus of three contiguous historic houses, all on their original sites. The grounds themselves are part of an original Northampton homelot, laid out in 1654.
  • Shepherd House 1796 contains artifacts and furnishings from many generations, including exotic souvenirs from the turn-of-the-century travels of Thomas and Edith Shepherd, and reflects one familys changing tastes and values.

1. Central Massachusetts

Worcester County

  • Thaddeus Chapin House on Elmwood Street – Federal-style house built on west side of Pakachoag Hill in what is now Auburn.
  • Auburn
  • Joseph Stone House – Central Chimney Cape house built c. 1729 35 Stone Street, Auburn.
  • Willard House and Clock Museum
  • Grafton
  • Rev. Joseph Sumner House, built in 1797
  • General Artemas Ward House
  • Shrewsbury
  • Salisbury Mansion – built 1772
  • Judge Timothy Paine House – House is known as The Oaks 1774
  • Captain Benjamin Flagg House – Central Chimney Cape house built c. 1717, 136 Plantation Street
  • Worcester

2.1. Eastern Massachusetts Essex County

  • Macy–Colby House Amesbury – built 1654
  • John Greenleaf Whittier Home Amesbury – home of poet John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Amesbury
  • Mary Baker Eddy Historic House Amesbury – Mary Baker Eddy associations
  • Isaac Morrill House – built 1680
  • Russell House Andover – c. 1805
  • Andover
  • Amos Blanchard House Andover – house museum; late Federal period
  • Long Hill Beverly – Ellery Sedgwicks home and gardens; 1925
  • Beverly
  • John Balch House Beverly – one of the oldest surviving timber-framed houses in the United States, built c. 1679
  • John Hale House Beverly – c. 1695
  • John Cabot House Beverly – one of the first brick structures built in Beverly
  • Danvers
  • General Israel Putnam House Danvers – c. 1648, birthplace of Gen. Israel Putnam
  • Rebecca Nurse Homestead Danvers – hanged for witchcraft, 1692
  • Judge Samuel Holten House Danvers – c. 1670
  • Essex
  • Coffin House Essex – Colonial house; c. 1678
  • Choate House Essex – birthplace of Rufus Choate; built c. 1730
  • White–Ellery House – built in 1710 for Reverend John White, owned by the Ellery family for 200 years
  • Beauport, Sleeper–McCann House – built in 1907 as a summer house for designer Henry Davis Sleeper
  • Hammond Castle – home and laboratory of John Hays Hammond Jr.; built 1926–1929
  • Sargent House Museum – built in 1782, home of writer Judith Sargent Murray and pastor John Murray
  • Captain Elias Davis House – built in 1804, part of Cape Ann Museums decorative arts collection.
  • Gloucester
  • Ipswich
  • Ipswich has hundreds of historic houses, including 57–59 that are classified as First Period.
  • John Heard House Ipswich – Western and Asian cultures in an atmosphere of the China trade years; built 1795
  • John Whipple House Ipswich – mid-17th century to the early 18th century
  • Newbury and Newburyport
  • Cushing House Museum and Garden Newburyport – home of shipowner John Newmarch Cushing
  • The Swett–Ilsley House Newbury – c. 1670
  • Dole–Little House Newbury – c. 1715 of older materials
  • Spencer–Peirce–Little Farm Newbury – c. 1675–1700
  • The Capt. Timothy Johnson House - c. 1708, First Period Colonial home with historical ties to Indian Raids, the Salem Witch Trials, and The Underground Railroad
  • North Andover
  • Witch House Salem – c. 1642 – home of Witch Trials Judge Jonathan Corwin
  • John Bertram Mansion, built in 1818–19 – Located in the Salem Common Historic District and is a home for the elderly
  • Francis Cox House built in 1846
  • Salem Old Town Hall 1816–17, Federal Style building.
  • West Cogswell House is a historic set of row houses located at 5–9 Summer Street and built in 1834
  • Bessie Monroe House was built in 1811
  • Peirce–Nichols House located at 80 Federal Street, built in 1782
  • Cotting–Smith Assembly House
  • Salem
  • Joseph Story House was built in 1811 for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story
  • Yin Yu Tang House, was built around 1800 in China. 200 years after construction the Yin Yu Tang House was disassembled in China, shipped to America and then reassembled inside the Peabody Essex Museum.
  • John Bertram Mansion located in the McIntyre Historic District, High Style Italianate brick and brownstone mansion built in 1855. When John Bertram died in March 1882, his widow donated their home The John Bertram Mansion located at 370 Essex Street and this became the Salem Public Library. The Salem Public Library opened its doors on July 8, 1889 and is in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Thomas March Woodbridge House is located at 48 Bridge Street – c. 1809
  • Joseph Fenno House–Womans Friend Society, 18th Century – Federal architecture
  • John Tucker Daland House Salem – 1851–1852
  • Rufus Choate House is located at 14 Lynde Street and was built in 1787
  • William Murray House built in 1688
  • Pickering House Salem – c. 1651
  • John P. Peabody House at 15 Summer Street – built in 1867
  • Salem City Hall – Oldest continually run City Hall in America, built in 1837
  • Joshua Ward House was built in 1784
  • House of the Seven Gables Salem – house from the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel of the same name
  • Hawkes House – c. 1780, 1800
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne Birthplace Salem – birthplace of American novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne; built between 1730–1745
  • Crowninshield–Bentley House Salem – c. 1727–1730
  • Nathaniel Bowditch House Salem – home of Nathaniel Bowditch c. 1805
  • Hamilton Hall – A National Historic Landmark located at 9 Chestnut Street and built in 1805 by Samuel McIntire and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.
  • Narbonne House c. 1675
  • Bowker Place located at144–156 Essex Street and built in 1830
  • William Pike House, 19th Century
  • Ropes Mansion Salem – late 1720s
  • Salem Athenaeum
  • Quaker Meeting House
  • Gedney House Salem – c. 1665
  • Phillips Library
  • Shepard Block is a Greek Revival structure was constructed in 1851 and is located at 298-304 Essex Street
  • Derby House built in 1762
  • Gardner–Pingree House Salem – 1804–1805
  • Joseph Winn Jr. House c. 1843
  • Stephen Phillips House is located at 34 Chestnut Street – c. 1806
  • Pedrick Store House c. 1770
  • Andrew–Safford House was built in 1819
  • Mary Baker Eddy Historic House Swampscott – Mary Baker Eddy home 1865–66
  • Sir John Humphreys House Swampscott – built by first Deputy Governor of Massachusetts
  • Elihu Thomson House Swampscott – home of Elihu Thomson
  • Swampscott
  • Claflin–Richards House Wenham – c. 1690
  • Elsewhere
  • Parson Capen House Topsfield – c. 1683
  • The Stevens–Coolidge Place North Andover – house museum and garden; late Federal period
  • Cogswells Grant Essex – remarkable collectors house
  • John Greenleaf Whittier Homestead Haverhill – home of poet John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Mary Baker Eddy Historic Home Lynn – first home owned by Mary Baker Eddy
  • Boardman House Saugus – c. 1687
  • Brocklebank–Nelson–Beecher House Georgetown – c. 1668
  • Jeremiah Lee Mansion Marblehead – 1768

2.2. Eastern Massachusetts Middlesex County

  • Arlington
  • Fowle-Reed-Wyman House Arlington - Oldest house in Arlington; c. 1706
  • Jason Russell House Arlington – Bloodiest spot in the Battle of Lexington and Concord; built 1740
  • Burlington
  • Wyman House Burlington – oldest house in Burlington, built c. 1666
  • Longfellow House–Washingtons Headquarters National Historic Site - built 1759
  • Asa Gray House Cambridge – designed by Ithiel Town, home of botanist Asa Gray
  • Elmwood Cambridge – birthplace and home of poet James Russell Lowell; built 1767
  • Cambridge
  • Hooper–Lee–Nichols House Cambridge – 2nd oldest house in Cambridge; 1685
  • Cooper–Frost–Austin House Cambridge – oldest house in Cambridge; built c. 1681
  • "Old Chelmsford" Garrison House – Chelmsford – prior to 1691
  • Chelmsford
  • Barrett–Byam Homestead – Chelmsford – prior to 1663
  • The Old Manse Concord – built by Ralph Waldo Emersons grandfather; Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote some of their work in the house; 1770
  • Thoreau Birth House - Built by John Wheeler circa 1730; Henry David Thoreau born in the house in 1817; house moved 300 yards to its current location in 1878.
  • Orchard House Concord – home of Louisa May Alcott; the novel Little Women was written here
  • Reuben Brown House – Colonial style built in 1725
  • Robbins House - Built circa 1790–1800; home of Caesar Robbins, a formerly enslaved African-American and Revolutionary War veteran. In 1870–71, the house was moved to Bedford Street, near Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. In 2011 it was moved to its present site at 320 Monument Street, across from the Old North Bridge and the Old Manse.
  • Bush, Ralph Waldo Emerson House Concord – home of Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The Wayside Concord – built circa 1717; later the home of Samuel Whitney, a Minuteman who fought the British regulars at the North Bridge on April 19, 1775; home of Louisa May Alcott and her family 1845–1848; home of Nathaniel Hawthorne and his family 1852–1870; purchased in 1883 by Boston publisher Daniel Lothrop and his wife, author Harriett Lothrop pen name Margaret Sidney, whose descendants lived in the house until it was acquired by the National Park Service in 1965.
  • Concord
  • Hancock–Clarke House Lexington – home of the Reverend John Hancock grandfather of John Hancock, signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Reverend Jonas Clarke; built between 1698 and 1738 in Lexington, Massachusetts
  • Lexington
  • Gropius House Lincoln – designed by Walter Gropius; 1938
  • Hoar Tavern Lincoln – Oldest home in Lincoln; built 1680
  • Lincoln
  • Codman House Lincoln – Federal style; built 1735
  • Medford
  • Grandfathers House Medford – original destination from "Over the River and Through the Woods"
  • Isaac Royall House Medford – a very fine mansion from the early 18th century with New Englands only surviving slave quarters
  • Peter Tufts House Medford – perhaps the oldest all-brick house in the United States
  • Lowell
  • Whistler House Museum of Art Lowell – birthplace of painter James McNeill Whistler
  • Natick
  • Henry Wilson Shoe Shop – Henry Wilson, eighteenth Vice President of the United States, made shoes in this ten footer.
  • Sherman Geissler House – Roger Sherman was a member of the five man drafting committee the "Committee of Five" that wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence. In the famous painting by John Trumbull entitled "The Declaration Of Independence" Roger Sherman is depicted literally front and center. He was the only person that signed ALL four great state papers of the United States; The Continental Association, the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. He built this house in 1750 in the Bean Hill section of Norwich CT. The house was moved from Norwich, CT to Natick, MA. in 1934
  • Newton
  • Dupee Estate–Mary Baker Eddy Home
  • Reginald A. Fessenden House Newton – home of technologist Reginald Aubrey Fessenden
  • Samuel Gaut House Somerville – Italianate style; built 1855
  • Somerville
  • Jonathan Green House Stoneham – built c. 1720
  • Stoneham, Massachusetts
  • Shoe Shop–Doucette Ten Footer, 1850 ten footer
  • Townsend
  • Reed Homestead Townsend – murals by Rufus Porter, founder of Scientific American
  • Stow
  • Randall–Hale homestead - built c. 1710
  • Sudbury
  • Wayside Inn – oldest operating inn in the country, from 1716. Grounds contain one-room schoolhouse associated with the poem Mary Had a Little Lamb.
  • Gore Place Waltham – brick country estate; built 1806
  • Waltham
  • Lyman Estate Waltham – country estate; built 1793
  • Robert Treat Paine Estate Waltham – country estate, collaboration of Henry Hobson Richardson and Frederick Law Olmsted; built 1866 and 1884
  • Edmund Fowle House Watertown – site of revolutionary government and first US treaty; early 1740s
  • Abraham Browne House Watertown – c. 1694–1701
  • Watertown
  • Baldwin House Woburn – home of engineer Col. Loammi Baldwin; 1661
  • 1790 House Woburn – large Federal house with interesting history; 1790
  • Benjamin Thompson House–Count Rumford Birthplace Woburn – birthplace of Benjamin Thompson, also known as Count Rumford
  • Woburn


2.3. Eastern Massachusetts Norfolk County

  • The Old House Quincy – home of several generations of the Adams family
  • John Quincy Adams Birthplace Quincy – birthplace of John Quincy Adams
  • Quincy
  • The Josiah Quincy House Quincy – country home of Revolutionary War soldier Colonel Josiah Quincy;1770
  • John Adams Birthplace Quincy – birthplace of John Adams
  • George R. Minot House Brookline – home of George R. Minot
  • Brookline
  • John F. Kennedy National Historic Site, the birthplace of JFK
  • Dedham
  • Endicott House Dedham, Massachusetts – home of H. Wendell Endicott, designed by Charles A. Platt with landscape by Frederick Law Olmsted, 1934
  • Endicott Estate Dedham, Massachusetts – home of Henry B. Endicott, designed by Henry Bailey Alden, 1905
  • Fairbanks House Dedham – North Americas oldest surviving timber-frame house; built c. 1641
  • Jarvis Thorpe House Needham – Built in 1836, served as Needhams Post Office as well as home to the influential Thorpe family.
  • Needham
  • General Sylvanus Thayer Birthplace Braintree – birthplace of Sylvanus Thayer, "Father of West Point"
  • Captain Robert Bennet Forbes House Milton – Greek Revival architecture
  • Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate Canton – country house with garden grounds
  • Elsewhere

2.4. Eastern Massachusetts Suffolk County

  • Second Harrison Gray Otis House Boston – by Charles Bulfinch
  • Pierce–Hichborn House Boston – an early Georgian house; 1711
  • Gibson House Museum Boston – unchanged Back Bay townhouse lived in by 3 generations of Gibsons; built 1859
  • Amory–Ticknor House Boston by Charles Bulfinch
  • Third Harrison Gray Otis House Boston – by Charles Bulfinch
  • Boston
  • Paul Revere House Boston – built in 1680
  • First Harrison Gray Otis House Boston – by Charles Bulfinch
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston – Remarkable palazzo and art museum
  • Nichols House Museum Boston - by Charles Bulfinch
  • Dorchester
  • William Clapp House Dorchester – Federal style with Greek Revival addition; 1806
  • Captain Lemuel Clap House Dorchester – built for a descendant of an original settler; 1710 and 1765
  • Pierce House Dorchester, Massachusetts - First period house; c. 1683
  • James Blake House Dorchester – oldest house in Boston; 1648
  • Edward Everett Hale House Roxbury- Home of famed author and minister Edward Everett Hale; 1841
  • Shirley–Eustis House Roxbury – Tory stronghold
  • William Lloyd Garrison House Roxbury – William Lloyd Garrisons home
  • Roxbury
  • Loring–Greenough House Jamaica Plain – Tory stronghold
  • Ellen Swallow Richards House Jamaica Plain – home of Ellen Swallow Richards
  • Elsewhere

3.1. Southeastern Massachusetts Bristol County

  • Dartmouth
  • Elihu Akin House – cape-style house built; built in 1762
  • Fall River
  • William Lindsey House – Greek Revival, built 1844
  • Borden–Winslow House – Georgian Colonial, built 1740
  • Osborn House – Greek Revival, built 1843
  • Luther Winslow Jr. House – Federal, built 1875
  • David M. Anthony House – Second Empire style, built 1875
  • Ariadne J. and Mary A. Borden House – Second Empire, built 1882
  • Lafayette–Durfee House – Georgian Colonial, built about 1750
  • Fisher-Richardson House - built 1743
  • Mansfield
  • Rotch–Jones–Duff House and Garden Museum – home of William Rotch Jr., a whaling merchant; built in 1834
  • New Bedford
  • Col. Thomas Carpenter III House – built 1855
  • Christopher Carpenter House – built 1800
  • Carpenter House Rehoboth, Massachusetts – built 1789
  • Rehoboth
  • Taunton
  • Morse House – built 1850
  • Samuel Colby House – Italianate, built 1869
  • J.C. Bartlett House – built, 1880
  • McKinstrey House – Georgian colonial, built 1759
  • William L. White Jr. House – Second Empire, built 1873


3.2. Southeastern Massachusetts Plymouth County

  • Duxbury
  • Nathaniel Winsor Jr. House Duxbury – built 1807
  • King Caesar House Duxbury – home of Ezra Weston, II "King Caesar"; built 1808
  • Alden House Historic Site Duxbury – purportedly built by the Pilgrim John Alden; originally thought built in 1653, though later evidence suggests c. 1700
  • Plymouth
  • The Jabez Howland House Plymouth – home of Mayflower passenger John Howland; built in 1667
  • Richard Sparrow House Plymouth – oldest house in Plymouth; owned by the Sparrow family, who arrived Plymouth in 1633; the house was built c. 1640
  • Harlow Old Fort House Plymouth – built with timbers from the Pilgrims 1621 Fort on Burial Hill; built in 1677
  • Samuel Lincoln House Hingham – built by Samuel Lincoln 1721 on land purchased in 1649 by grandfather Samuel Lincoln, ancestor of President Abraham Lincoln
  • Hingham
  • Old Oaken Bucket Homestead Scituate – scene of Samuel Woodworths poem "The Old Oaken Bucket"
  • Isaac Winslow House Marshfield – Tory stronghold
  • Elsewhere
  • Daniel Webster Estate Marshfield, Massachusetts – site of Webster Law Office and Webster Family home

4. Cape Cod and the islands

Barnstable County

  • Wing Fort House, East Sandwich, Massachusetts – built ca. 1641
  • Isaac Crocker Homestead, Marstons Mills – built c. 1750s
  • Hoxie House, Sandwich – Cape Cods oldest saltbox house; built c. 1675
  • Winslow Crocker House, Yarmouth Port – built c. 1780
  • Atwood House Museum, Chatham – built 1756

Dukes County

  • The Vincent House, Marthas Vineyard – oldest house in Marthas Vineyard; built c. 1672

Nantucket County

  • Jethro Coffin House, Nantucket – oldest house in Nantucket on its original foundation; built c. 1686
  • Auld Lang Syne House, Nantucket Sconset – oldest house in Nantucket not on the original foundation, ca. 1675

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