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Capt. William Hallett House

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Built  1800
NRHP Reference #  87000296
Area  809.4 m²
MPS  Barnstable MRA
Opened  1800
Added to NRHP  18 September 1987
Capt. William Hallett House
Location  Barnstable, Massachusetts
Architectural styles  Queen Anne style architecture, Federal architecture
Similar  Cahoon Museum of American, Craigville Beach - Barnstable, Follins Pond, Wianno Club, John F Kennedy Hyannis

The Capt. William Hallett House is a historic house at 570 Main Street in the Hyannis village of Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA. This 1-1/2 story wood frame house was built c. 1800, and exhibits a distinctive combination of Federal and Queen Anne styling. While its basic form is that of a Federal-style Cape, it was altered in the late 19th century, adding a shed-roof dormer with an eyebrow section, a porch with turned posts, and a projecting window bay. In the mid-19th century the house belonged to William Hallett, a ship's captain, and around the turn of the 20th century by Dr. Charles Harris, a noted local physician and author of Hyannis Sea Captains.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 18, 1987.


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