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Carlton Frie Tucker House

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Built  1690
Opened  1690
Architectural style  American Colonial
NRHP Reference #  90000251
Area  4,047 m²
Added to NRHP  9 March 1990
Carlton-Frie-Tucker House
Location  North Andover, Massachusetts
MPS  First Period Buildings of Eastern Massachusetts TR
Similar  Parson Barnard House, Lake Cochichewick, Wellfleet Drive‑In Theater, Weir Hill, The Museum of Printing

The Carlton-Frie-Tucker House is a historic First Period house at 140 Mill Road in North Andover, Massachusetts. It is a rare example of a period building that was moved and added onto another which had been damaged by fire. The oldest portion of the house, its east side and center chimney, were probably built c. 1709 by Ebenezer Frie. The west side of the house is a second structure that was attached to the first in the 1760s, with some documentary and physical evidence that this was due to a fire destroying the original west side. A leanto section was added to the rear of the house in the 20th century, as was a wing on the northwest corner, connecting the house to its barn.

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

References

Carlton-Frie-Tucker House Wikipedia


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