The Peter and Oliver Tufts House (also known as the Peter Tufts House) is a historic house at 78 Sycamore Street in Somerville, Massachusetts.
The oldest part of the house was built around 1714. The house "was originally built on Barberry Lane (Highland Ave.) by Peter Tufts, grandson of the Peter Tufts who emigrated to America in 1646, and who operated a ferry from Charlestown to Malden. From 1775 to 1776, the house served as headquarters for General Charles Lee of the Continental Army during the siege of Boston. Some 50 years later Charlotte Cushman, the noted Boston actress, spent her childhood holidays at 'Uncle Oliver's Farm'"  The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.