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Andrew McCarron Three Decker

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Built  1918
Opened  1918
Added to NRHP  9 February 1990
NRHP Reference #  89002442
Area  809.4 m²
Andrew McCarron Three-Decker
Location  3 Pitt St., Worcester, Massachusetts
MPS  Worcester Three-Deckers TR
Architectural style  Colonial Revival architecture
Similar  Wachusett Reservoir, DCU Center, Green Hill Park, Salisbury Mansion and Store, Elm Park

The Andrew McCarron Three-Decker is a historic triple-decker house at 3 Pitt Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. Built c. 1918, it is a well-preserved example of a Colonial Revival triple-decker, and rare for its relatively large size and proportioning. It follows a standard side hall plan, but is four bays wide instead of the more usual three, and has no side jogs (protruding bays on the side elevation). It has a three-story porch structure that projects significantly from the front facade. It is supported by fluted square columns and is topped by a pedimented gable.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.


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