Massachusetts, Eighteenth Century, c. 1750.
Massachusetts, a mid eighteenth century two over two measuring 18 'x 38' with a later lean-to measuring 12' x 25' has a complete interior that includes four fully paneled fireplace walls with cupboards and wainscot. The original front door with hardware opens into a paneled front hall and stairway. A sheathed rear stairway exists along with interior doors and hardware, a buttery in the lean-to and all of its flooring. The building had been completely rebuilt before it was dismantled.
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