|Location||411 Main St., Waltham, Massachusetts|
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|Added to NRHP||September 28, 1989|
The Hager–Mead House is a historic house at 411 Main Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. The 2 1⁄2-story wood-frame house was built in 1795, and is one of the city's small number of 18th-century houses. It is five bays wide and two deep, with chimneys set in the ridge, and a center entry flanked by Doric pilasters and topped by a six-pane transom window and modillioned cornice. The house was built by Samuel Hager, a farmer from Watertown, who promptly sold it Stephen Mead, a blacksmith, in 1796.
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