Fred Holland Day House

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Fred Holland Day House
Fred Holland Day House, Norwood MA.jpg
Fred Holland Day House is located in Massachusetts
Fred Holland Day House
Fred Holland Day House is located in the US
Fred Holland Day House
Location 93 Day Street,
Norwood, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°11′35″N 71°12′13″W / 42.19306°N 71.20361°W / 42.19306; -71.20361Coordinates: 42°11′35″N 71°12′13″W / 42.19306°N 71.20361°W / 42.19306; -71.20361
Built 1859; 1892
Architect J. Williams Beal
Architectural style Tudor Revival
NRHP reference #

77000191

[1]
Added to NRHP April 18, 1977

The Fred Holland Day House is a historic house located at 93 Day Street in Norwood, Massachusetts.

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It is a 2-1/2 story wood-framed house, with complex massing and a busy roofline with gables of various size. Its ground floor is finished in stone, and the upper levels have the half-timbering typical of the Tudor Revival style. The house was built in 1859, and substantially altered in about 1892 to designs by J. Williams Beal, a noted Boston architect, at which time it was given its present Tudor Revival styling. It now houses the Norwood Historical Society and is open to the public for touring.[2]

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 18, 1977.[1]

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