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Henry Goulding House

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Built  1850
NRHP Reference #  80000564
Architectural style  Italianate architecture
Architect  Merrill G. Wheelock
MPS  Worcester MRA
Opened  1850
Added to NRHP  5 March 1980
Henry Goulding House
Location  26 Harvard St., Worcester, Massachusetts
Similar  Wachusett Reservoir, DCU Center, Green Hill Park, Salisbury Mansion and Store, Elm Park

The Henry Goulding House, now the Swedish Lutheran Home for the Aged, is an historic house at 26 Harvard Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. The opulent Italianate mansion was built in 1850 for Henry Goulding (on the site of his earlier Greek Revival house, which was moved to 4 Dix Place). Goulding was a principal partner in some of Worcester's largest industrial businesses. The house was occupied by Goulding until his death in 1866, and then by his son. In 1921 the Goulding heirs gave the property to the Swedish Lutheran church, who converted the house to a home for the aged.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

References

Henry Goulding House Wikipedia


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