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Capt. Joseph Hinckley House

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Built  1850
NRHP Reference #  87000249
Area  8,900 m²
MPS  Barnstable MRA
Opened  1850
Added to NRHP  13 March 1987
Capt. Joseph Hinckley House
Location  Barnstable, Massachusetts
Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture
Similar  Cahoon Museum of American, Craigville Beach - Barnstable, Follins Pond, Wianno Club, John F Kennedy Hyannis

The Capt. Joseph Hinckley House is a historic house at 142 Old Stage Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-3/4 story wood frame house was built c. 1850, and is an excellent local instance of Greek Revival architecture. Its front facade is flushboarded on the first floor, with full-length windows. The front porch has a wide entablature that is continued around the sides of the house, and is supported by fluted Doric columns. The property includes a barn that was built c. 1827. It served for a time as a stop on the area stagecoach route, and was also home to Joseph Hinckley, a ship's captain.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.

References

Capt. Joseph Hinckley House Wikipedia


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