|Architectural style||Queen Anne|
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|Added to NRHP||September 18, 1989|
The Otis-Wyman House is a historic house at 67 Thurston Street in Somerville, Massachusetts. This 2 1⁄2-story wood frame house, built c. 1883, is a well-preserved example of Queen Anne styling. It has projecting gable sections, bays, and porches typical of the style, as well as decorative trim elements such as bargeboard, bracketed eaves, and gabled window hoods. It was originally owned by William R. Otis, a cabinetmaker, and later the residence of Charles B. Wyman, a restaurant owner.
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