Category Archives: Colonial Revival

Glimpses. 40 Belmont Street

Built ca: 1902 on spec for Lewellyn Morse Leighton. Design by Fred Tompson

A lovely Colonial Revival in the Coyle Park neighborhood.
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Glimpses. 151 Vaughan Street

Built ca: 1902 for Fred Richards as a wedding present to Edward and Gertrude Piper.

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Glimpses. 22 Clifford Street

Built in 1916 for Ammi Whitney and his son Joseph.  Design by Frederick Tompson.

A brick colonial revival in the Western Promenade historic district. Continue reading

Glimpses. 22 Deblois Street

Built ca 1910 for Frederic Dudley. Design by Miller and Mayo.

An imposing Colonial Revival in the Longfellow Highlands neighborhood.

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Glimpses. 314 Danforth Street

Built in 1919 for Sydney St. Felix Thaxter. Design by Burnham and Higgins Architects.

A colonial revival home in the West End.

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71 Bowdoin Street

Built in 1906-07 for Herbert & Sally Payson. Design by John Calvin and John Henry Stevens.

A large brick Colonial Revival in the West End Historic District.

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129 William Street.

Built prior to 1900 by Arthur E Marks

Another house built on spec in Fessenden Park.

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Glimpses. 263 Brighton Avenue

Built ca 1919

A brick Arts and Crafts in Fessenden Park Extension.

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120-126 Spring Street

Built ca: 1892 for William H Stevens

A pair of double houses designed by John Calvin Stevens, no relation.

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