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Capt. Charles Leonard House

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Location  Agawam, Massachusetts
NRHP Reference #  75000273
Opened  1805
Added to NRHP  10 March 1975
Built  1805
Designated CP  June 21, 2001
Phone  +1 413-786-9421
Architect  Asher Benjamin
Capt. Charles Leonard House
Part of  Agawam Center Historic District (#01000670)
Address  663 Main St, Agawam, MA 01001, USA
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The Capt. Charles Leonard House is a historic house at 663 Main Street in Agawam, Massachusetts.

It was built in 1805 for Captain Charles Leonard, possibly by Asher Benjamin, and is described as Agawam's finest Federalist building. It is a two story hip-roofed Colonial, built in 1805. It has a standard center hall with staircase, with public rooms in front and service rooms in back. A two story wing extends to the north, and a single story wing extends further from that ell.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. It is now owned by a local nonprofit organization, which uses the house to stage community events. It is open for tours, and is available for rental.


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