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A. B. Chace Rowhouses

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Built  1877
NRHP Reference #  83000647
Area  1,619 m²
MPS  Fall River MRA
Opened  1877
Added to NRHP  16 February 1983
A. B. Chace Rowhouses
Location  Fall River, Massachusetts
Architectural style  Queen Anne style architecture
Similar  Fall River Heritage State Park, Watuppa Ponds, Battleship Cove, USS Massachusetts (BB‑59), Wellfleet Drive‑In Theater

The A.B. Chace Rowhouses is a historic apartment building located at 655-685 Middle Street in Fall River, Massachusetts. It was constructed circa 1877 for Arnold B. Chace, son of Elizabeth Buffum Chace, a prominent Rhode Island abolitionist and reformer.

The red brick rowhouse is unusual for Fall River, which is more typically dominated by triple-decker houses. (A smaller rowhouse complex is on lower Broadway, at the foot of Columbia St.) The Chace Rowhouse is located along the perimeter of Kennedy Park, not far from the historic St. Anne's Church complex.


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