Probably built between 1804 and 1814 by Nathan Sawyer. A transitional Georgian/Federal in the Lunt’s Corner neighborhood. Continue reading
A pioneering editor, publisher, historian, and civic booster.
Built ca 1906 for Captain Lincoln Jewett. Design by John Calvin and John Howard Stevens
A handsome Queen-Anne in the Coyle Park neighborhood. Continue reading
Built ca: 1900 by the West End Land Company
A small Queen Anne in the Libby’s Corner neighborhood Continue reading
Built ca 1910 for Frederic Dudley. Design by Miller and Mayo.
An imposing Colonial Revival in the Longfellow Highlands neighborhood.
Built ca: 1921 for Karl Von Rydingsvard
A modest Arts and Crafts in the Deering Center neighborhood.
Built ca 1870 by Thomas W O’Brion for his son Edward.
A funky Second Empire in the Bradley’s Corner neighborhood
Built ca 1900. Probably by Jacob Shattuck.
An odd, and probably doomed, Queen Anne on the Falmouth line.
Built in 1916 for Harry J Ricker.
A heavily altered Arts and Crafts bungalow on Martin’s Point in the East Deering neighborhood
Built ca: 1803 for Charles Frost.
A brick Federal home in the North Deering neighborhood.