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Aaron Martin Houses

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Location  Waltham, Massachusetts
MPS  Waltham MRA
Opened  1892
Added to NRHP  28 September 1989
Built  1892
NRHP Reference #  89001486
Area  1,214 m²
Aaron Martin Houses
Architectural styles  Queen Anne style architecture, Colonial Revival architecture
Similar  First Parish Church, Rose Art Museum, Hardy Pond, Wellfleet Drive‑In Theater

The Aaron Martin Houses are a pair of historic houses at 188 and 194 Adams Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. Built between 1892 and 1900, these Colonial Revival houses have similar massing, with hip roofs and double-window hip dormers. Windows on their main facades are treated with pediments incised with floral decoration, and their porches have turned posts. They were built by Aaron Martin, a real estate speculator and Waltham Watch Company employee who lived in a more elaborate house on Moody Street.

The houses were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

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Aaron Martin Houses Wikipedia


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