Cotting-Smith Assembly House

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Cotting-Smith Assembly House
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Cotting-Smith Assembly house at 138 Federal Street
Cotting-Smith Assembly House is located in Massachusetts
Cotting-Smith Assembly House
Location 138 Federal St., Salem, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°31′14.7″N 70°54′13.8″W / 42.520750°N 70.903833°W / 42.520750; -70.903833Coordinates: 42°31′14.7″N 70°54′13.8″W / 42.520750°N 70.903833°W / 42.520750; -70.903833
Built 1782
Architect Unknown (Samuel McIntire remodel)
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # Unknown
Added to NRHP Unknown

Located in Salem, Massachusetts and owned by the Peabody Essex Museum the Cotting-Smith Assembly House was built in 1782 and is located at 138 Federal Street in the Federal Street District. Built as a Federalist Clubhouse in which balls, concerts, lectures, and other events might be held. George Washington attended a dance here. The original architect is unknown, but the house was later remodeled by Samuel McIntire for use as a private residence. The house is in the Federal style and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building can be rented for special events.

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Salem - 1820

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