The Hooper-Eliot House is an historic house at 25 Reservoir Road in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The three story Stick style house was built in 1872 for E.W. Hooper to a design by Sturgis & Brigham, and was an early part of the effort by Sturgis to popularize the Georgian Revival. Its main entrance was redesigned in 1902 by Lois Lilley Howe. The house was purchased by Samuel Atkins Eliot in that same year.