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A. Chapin House

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Built  1855
NRHP Reference #  83004113
Area  4,047 m²
MPS  Uxbridge MRA
Opened  1855
Added to NRHP  7 October 1983
A. Chapin House
Location  Uxbridge, Massachusetts
Architectural styles  Gothic Revival architecture, Greek Revival architecture, Gothic architecture
Similar  West Hill Dam, Wellfleet Drive‑In Theater, Coronet John Farnum J

The A. Chapin House is an historic house at 36 Pleasant Street, in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, with a front-facing gable roof and clapboard siding. The building corners are pilastered, and it has a wide cornice. The front entry is flanked by sidelight windows and pilasters. The house was built c. 1855-57 as a typical Greek Revival side hall entry house. It was restyled in 1880, adding significant Gothic Revival styling, including an ornately decorated porch. Little is known about most of its owners, including A. Chapin, its first documented owner (1857).

On October 7, 1983, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places, where it is listed at 26 Pleasant Street.


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