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Ingalls–Wheeler–Horton Homestead Site

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Built  1730
NRHP Reference #  83000684
Area  1 ha
MPS  Rehoboth MRA
Opened  1730
Added to NRHP  6 June 1983
Ingalls–Wheeler–Horton Homestead Site
Location  Rehoboth, Massachusetts
Architectural style  Greek Revival architecture

The Ingalls–Wheeler–Horton Homestead Site is a historic homestead site at 214 Chestnut Street in Rehoboth, Massachusetts.

A house was built c. 1730 on this property, which survived until the early 20th century; a new house was built on the property in 1895, probably on the foundation of an old barn. The site has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places for the archaeological value of the former home site and the remains of associated outbuildings, and because the 1895 house is a fine local example of Late Greek Revival architecture. It remains in private hands.

References

Ingalls–Wheeler–Horton Homestead Site Wikipedia


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