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by Fletcher6

"Simplistic Vintage Beauty"

John Ward House is one of the visited historic places in the vicinity. Built in 1684, it showcases First Period architecture, and multiple eras of restoration through its inception. The house has 2 and a half storeys made of wood, a large central chimney and side-gable roofs. Owned by Peabody Essex Museum, it was listed as a National Historic Landmark in 1968. The house was built in 3 different phases, adding various sides and rooms to the original site. In 1816, the house was auctioned and belonged to Temple Hardy for 40 years. In 1910, the house was shifted from its original location to the present one and by 1912, restoration of most of the house was conducted.
9 Brown Street, Boston, MA, United States, 01970
"Simplistic Vintage Beauty"
John Ward House is one of the visited historic places in the vicinity. Built in 1684, it showcases First Period architecture, and multiple eras of restoration through its inception. The house has 2 and a half storeys made of wood, a large central chimney and side-gable roofs. Owned by Peabody Essex Museum, it was listed as a National Historic Landmark in 1968. The house was built in 3 different phases, adding various sides and rooms to the original site. In 1816, the house was auctioned and belonged to Temple Hardy for 40 years. In 1910, the house was shifted from its original location to the present one and by 1912, restoration of most of the house was conducted.
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