|Architect||John H. Coats|
|Architectural style||Greek Revival|
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|Added to NRHP||July 5, 1989|
The Hutchinson-Blood House is a historic house at 394-396 Main Street in Winchester, Massachusetts, United States. The 2.5-story wood frame house was built around 1840 by John Coats, a local housewright. The Greek Revival house was built by Coats for his in-laws, Samuel and Lucetta Hutchinson. It is basically Federal in styling, although it has a Greek Revival entry surround. The main house has had a two-story addition added to the rear, as well as a side porch.
- Hovey-Winn House, another Coats house, located next door
- National Register of Historic Places listings in Winchester, Massachusetts
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