House at 127 Chestnut Street, Wakefield, Mass.

Title:

House at 127 Chestnut Street, Wakefield, Mass.

Creator:

Klapes, Jeffrey M., 1964-

Publisher:

Wakefield, Mass. : The author,

Date:

2008

Description:

Photos show the house located at 127 Chestnut Street on the southeast corner of the intersection with Prospect Street. Built around 1911, the English cottage style house has a stucco exterior and terra cotta tile roof. A three-car garage was recently added at the rear. The large, three-winged home was designed by Wakefield architect Harland O. Perkins, who lived at 8 Park Street. The home was built for Elizabeth Boit, one of the founders of the Harvard Knitting Mills, and was part of a compound of similarly styled buildings that included 90 Prospect Street, and a smaller carriage house at 88 Prospect Street. Photos 1-9 taken at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, May 5, 2008 Photos 10-13 taken at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 5, 2008.;Detailed entry in building survey, "The cultural resources of Wakefield", pD25.;The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Subject:

Boit, Elizabeth Eaton, 1849-1932.

Architecture, Domestic -- Massachusetts -- Wakefield -- Pictorial works; Elizabeth Boit House (Wakefield, Mass.)

Wakefield (Mass.) -- Pictorial works.

Collection :

Current Images of Wakefield

Tags :

Citation :

Klapes, Jeffrey M., 1964-, "House at 127 Chestnut Street, Wakefield, Mass.," in NOBLE Digital Heritage, Item #13989, http://heritage.noblenet.org/items/show/13989 (accessed July 24, 2014).