Capt. William Green House

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Capt. William Green House
Green House
WakefieldMA CaptWilliamGreenHouse.jpg
Capt. William Green House is located in Massachusetts
Capt. William Green House
Location Wakefield, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°31′23.66″N 71°3′53.04″W / 42.5232389°N 71.0647333°W / 42.5232389; -71.0647333Coordinates: 42°31′23.66″N 71°3′53.04″W / 42.5232389°N 71.0647333°W / 42.5232389; -71.0647333
Built 1690
Architect Unknown
Architectural style Colonial, Other
Governing body Private
MPS Wakefield MRA, First Period Buildings of Eastern Massachusetts TR
NRHP Reference #

89000672 (Wakefield MRA),90000185 (First Period Buildings)

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Added to NRHP July 6, 1989

The Capt. William Green House (also the Green House) is a historic First Period colonial house at 391 Vernon Street in Wakefield, Massachusetts.

The house is a 2.5 story gambrel-roofed timber frame structure, whose main block was built c. 1750. Attached to the rear of the house is an ell whose construction has been dated to c. 1680. The newer portion of the house was built by Captain William Green in what is now Lynnfield, and was moved to its present location by his son Caleb.[2]

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of two separate listings. In 1989 it was listed under the name "Capt. William Green House", and in 1990 it was listed under the name "Green House".[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-15. 
  2. ^ a b "MACRIS listing for Capt. William Green House". Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Retrieved 2014-01-31.