The Dutch House is a historic multi-unit residential building at 20 Netherlands Road in Brookline, Massachusetts. This four-story brick building was originally built as an exhibition hall at the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, where it served as the Dutch Cocoa House. It is a close copy of the Franeker City Hall in Franeker, Netherlands. The door frame, embellished with stone animals, is a replica of the Enkhuizen Orphanage. After the fair ended, the Dutch High Renaissance style building was dismantled brick by brick and reconstructed at its present location. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. Netherlands Road was named in honor of the house. Because it was built in the Netherlands and is a copy of a Dutch building, it is considered one of the finest examples of Dutch High Renaisssance styling in the nation.