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The Capt. Joseph Hinckley House is a historic house at 142 Old Stage Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-3- 4 story wood frame house was built c. 1850, and is an excellent local instance of Greek Revival architecture. Its front facade is flushboarded on the first floor, with full-length windows. The front porch has a wide entablature that is continued around the sides of the house, and is supported by fluted Doric columns. The property includes a barn that was built c. 1827. It served for a...
The John Richardson House is a historic house at 242 Phinneys Lane in the Centerville area of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story wood-frame Cape style house was built c. 1795 by John Richardson, member of a locally prominent family and the first teacher at the Phinneys Lane School. It is four bays wide (a 3- 4 house), with the main entrance and chimney in the second bay from the left. The house is one of Centervilles older houses, located near the site of its first meetinghouse and ceme...
 
 
The Blish-Garret House is a historic house at 350 Plum Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. This 1-1- 2 story Cape style house was built c. 1760, and is a rare well-preserved instance of a Georgian colonial period Cape. It is slightly unusual in that it is a half-house, only three bays wide, which was never widened to the typical five bays. The main entry is simply framed, with a transom window. The first documented owner was Jonathan Blish; it was later owned by Andrew Garrett, for whom Garrett...
 The Jenkins-Whelden Farmstead is a historic farmstead at 221 Pine Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. It is one of Barnstables best-preserved farm properties. The farm complex includes a c. 1840 house, an older 18th century house that is used as a toolshed, two barns, and several other small outbuildings. The current main house is a three-bay 1-1- 2 story Cape cottage with Federal styling. The toolshed is believed to have been built by Thomas Jenkins (1666-1745), and was part of a larger house ...
 
The John Jenkins Homestead is a historic house at 410 Church Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house contains building materials, including elements of chimneys and fireplaces, that date to the 1680s. Although it has been altered frequently in the intervening centuries, the house is now styled in a late Georgian or early Federalist manner. The house is notable for its associations with a number of prominent individuals. The first settler of the land, John Jenkins, ...
 Cape Cod Community College, known locally as 4Cs, is a two-year community college located in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Cape Cod Community College was established in 1961, the second institution to open as part of what is now a 15 community college system in Massachusetts. It awards Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees and various academic certificates in a wide variety of programs. The college offers access to on-campus Bachelors and Masters degree programs in partnership wit...
 WKKL (90.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Full service format. Licensed to West Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA, the station serves the Cape Cod area. The station is currently owned by Cape Cod Community College. The station is used as part of the classroom setting for their Associate degree program in communications. The studios are located on the campus of Cape Cod Community College in the Makkay Broadcast Center. WKKLs format is college alternative, with a wide variety of diverse studen...
The Centerville Historic District is a historic district encompassing the heart of the village of Centerville in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The district extends along Main Street from a point north of its junction with Old Stage Road and Park Avenue, south to the junction with Church Hill Road. Most of the buildings in the district were built in the middle decades of the 19th century, although its oldest building, the Austin Bearse House, was built c. 1690. The areas growth was spurred by the re...
Centerville is a village in the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts on Cape Cod. Located on the south side of Barnstable, Centerville is primarily residential, includes a small business district, notable beaches, and a school (Centerville Elementary). Centerville contains the neighborhood of Craigville, which includes Craigville Beach. Centerville village also is the home to the Eastern College Athletic Conference offices. Centerville was originally named Chequaquet (meaning pleasant harbor). Cent...

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The West Barnstable Village�Meetinghouse Way Historic District is a historic district on Meetinghouse Way from County Rd. to Meetinghouse Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 175-acre (71 ha) district encompasses the historic heart of the village of West Barnstable. This is a roughly linear district, including all of the properties along Meetinghouse Way between County Road and the 1717 West Parish Meetinghouse, which is the districts most prominent building. Most of the houses in the distri...
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The Craigville Historic District encompasses a historic religious camp meeting area in the Craigville section of Barnstable, Massachusetts. It is centered on the junction of Lake Elizabeth Drive and Ocean Avenue, just west of Lake Elizabeth. The camp meeting was established in 1871 by the New England Convention of Christian Churches on land that was purchased from members of the Perry family. Along the grid of roads south of the main junction, gingerbread-decorated Gothic cottages were built ove...
The Old Kings Highway Historic District encompasses what was historically the principal east-west thoroughfare through Barnstable, Massachusetts. It encompasses Barnstables entire length of what is now designated Massachusetts Route 6A and called Main Street, between the town lines of Sandwich and Yarmouth. It includes more than 1,000 acres (400 ha), and includes all of the buildings whose properties front on the road, nearly 500 in all. The area includes the main population centers of Barnstabl...
The Adams-Crocker-Fish House is an historic house at 449 Willow Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The Greek Revival cottage was built c. 1830 by Obadiah Adams, and passed through the ownership of several members of the Crocker and Fish families in the 19th century. It is an excellent example of a vernacular Greek Revival structure; the property also has a number of period outbuildings. The main house is a 1-1- 2 story Cape style wood frame structure, three bays wide, with a side gable roof pi...
 
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 The Marstons Mills Hearse House and Cemetery is a historic cemetery on Massachusetts Route 149 in the Marstons Mills section of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The hearse house, essentially a garage, was built c. 1885 to house a hearse for the village of Marstons Mills, and was one of seven such buildings erected in Barnstable. It is one of only two that are now left, and the only one that is relatively unaltered and in its original setting. It presently serves as a utility shed for the Marston Mills...
The Herman Isham House is a historic house at 1322 Main Street in the Osterville area of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story Cape house was built c. 1747, and is a well-preserved example of a Georgian cottage. It is five bays wide, with a detail central entry flanked by heavy pilasters and topped by a transom and console. The house was probably built by Samuel Isham, whose grandson sold it to Seth Weeks in 1841. Weeks was the last survivor of the famous Essex whaler, sunk by the action o...
The Josiah B. Whitman House is a historic house at 210 Maple Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The two story wood frame house was built c. 1860 by Josiah Whitman. It is a well-preserved local example of vernacular Second Empire styling. It has the characteristic mansard roof, with eaves decorated by heavy brackets. The entry is offset to the left side, with a portico that is also heavily bracketed. A wing, also mansard-roofed, extends to the southwest at the rear of the main block. Bay window...
The Matthias Smith House is a historic house at 375 Cedar Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story Cape style wood frame house was built c. 1760 by Matthias Smith, and was the center of a working farm for two centuries. It is five bays wide, with a central entry and central chimney, with two single-story ells added to its left. The entry is topped by a small transom window with two bullseye lights. The house is a well-preserved example of a mid-18th century farmhouse; the property i...
The Marstons Mills Community Church, formerly the Methodist Church, is a historic church building at 2135 Main Street in the Marstons Mills village of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The white clapboard church was built in the town of Yarmouth, and moved to Marstons Mills in 1830. Its small belfry tower was added sometime between 1888 and 1908, around the same time it acquired some of its Queen Anne stylistic elements. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 for its ...

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Liberty Hall is a historic community building on Main Street in the Marstons Mills village of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story structure was built in 1859 by a local community group as a function hall. It has modest Greek Revival styling, with an entablature and corner pilasters, large 12-over-12 sash windows, and an entry vestibule projecting at an angle from one corner. It continues to be used as a community function space, although it was adapted for a time as the local Methodist c...
Cape Cod Mall is a regional shopping mall located in Hyannis, Massachusetts, United States. Its anchor stores are Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, Sears, Marshalls, Macys and Macys womens- accessories store. In addition, the mall features a food court and a twelve screen, stadium style movie theater. Cape Cod Mall is managed by Simon Property Group, which owns 49.1% of it. The mall currently has a gross leasable area of 821,000 square feet (76,000 m2) following the completion of the late 1990s expansio...
The Hyannis Road Historic District is a residential historic district at the northern end of Hyannis Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. It includes ten properties built between c. 1790 and 1855, representing southward growth from the traditional village center of Barnstable toward the growing village of Hyannis. The properties lie along Bow Lane and Hyannis Road, between the Old Kings Highway and the right-of-way of the Cape Cod Railroad. The district was listed on the National Register of Histo...
The Benjamin Baker Jr. House is a historic house at 1579 Hyannis Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. Built c. 1828, it is a simple single story Federal style cottage, 3 bays wide, with a side gable roof and wood shingle siding. Its front door, in the right-side bay, is flanked by pilasters and topped by a transom window. The chimney rises from the center of the house behind the left bay. The house was built by Benjamin Baker, Jr., a caulker. His family owned much land in the area, and the road wa...
Marstons Mills (also spelled Marstons Mills) is a village in the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States. It was settled by Roger Goodspeed before 1653. His granddaughter Lydia married Benjamin Marston who developed the fulling mill and weaving operations along the Marstons Mills River, hence the name of the village. It is primarily residential, located on Massachusetts Route 28, and rural in nature. Main roads also include Massachusetts Route 149, Race Lane, River Road, Osterville-West...
 
The Nathaniel Baker House is a historic house at 1606 Hyannis Road in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1721 by Nathaniel Baker. The house follows a basically rectangular plan with a hip roof and a central chimney. It has unadorned trim, with plain cornerboards, window and door trim. A two story hip-roof ell is attached to one side of the rear. The house was apparently divided into a two-family c. 1788, apparently having a double entry at some point. The h...
 
 
The Barnstable County Courthouse is an historic courthouse at 3195 Main Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The two story Greek Revival building was built in 1831 to a design by noted architect Alexander Parris. It is built mostly out of Quincy granite, although its front portico and fluted Doric columns are made of wood fashioned to look like stone. The building has been expanded five times between 1879 and 1971, with each addition made in a style sensitive to its original styling, and its mai...
 
The Nymphus Hinckley House is a historic house at 38 Bay Street in the Osterville village of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story Cape cottage was built c. 1780, and is a well-preserved Federal style structure on a property that also has a period barn. Located just outside Osterville village, it is five bays wide, and has a centered entry with a five-pane transom window. The windows and entry butt directly against the eaves. The house was built by Nymphus Hinckley, a veteran of the Americ...
 

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 Barnstable is the name of one of the seven villages within the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The Village of Barnstable is located on the north side of the town, centered along Old Kings Highway (Massachusetts Route 6A), and houses the County Complex of Barnstable County, a small business district, a working harbor, and several small beaches. The village is home to many small attractions, including Sturgis Library, the Olde Colonial Courthouse (now Tales of Cape Cod), the Barnstable Comedy C...
 
Barnstable- �b�rn�st�b�l- is a city, referred to as the Town of Barnstable, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts and the county seat of Barnstable County. Barnstable is the largest community, both in land area and population, on Cape Cod. At the 2010 census it had a population of 45,193. The town contains several villages (one of which is also named Barnstable) within its boundaries. Its largest village, Hyannis, is the central business district of the county and home to Barnstable Munic...
The Massachusetts Military Reservation Wind Project is located in Barnstable County, Massachusetts on the Massachusetts Military Reservation (MMR), also known as the Joint Base Cape Cod. This Wind Project currently consists of one wind turbine, built in 2009, and two others recently completed in 2011. The first turbine was a Fuhrländer 1500- 77 wind turbine �with an 80 meter tower and a 77 meter rotor diameter.� The two completed in 2011 were General Electric wind turbines. Each of these G...
Cape Cod Melody Tent is a South Shore Playhouse Associates-owned tent theater located in Hyannis, Massachusetts, in the city of Barnstable. Affiliated with the South Shore Music Circus, these are the only two continuously-operated tent theaters in the round in the United States. The Music Circus and Melody Tent are owned and operated by the South Shore Playhouse Associates, a not-for-profit organization. The seating capacity is approximately 2,250. It was originally known as Cape Cod Music Circu...
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 The Hyannis Youth and Community Center is a community center in the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts. It consists of two ice skating rinks, one being named after the late Joseph P. Kennedy Jr., who was killed when his B-24 Liberator exploded during a bombing mission. The smaller capacity rink, named after a Barnstable philanthropist, Patrick Butler, who died in 2009, can be melted down leaving a concrete floor for dry floor activities. A removable event floor can be placed over the ice in eithe...
 
The Building at 600 Main Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts is a historic commercial building built in 1920. It is a 1-1- 2 story wood frame building whose gable roof is pierced by a three-part dormer surrounded by a balustrade. The building has retained almost all of its original details, more so than the nearly-identical building at 595 Main Street, which has not. The building is a high quality local example of commercial Colonial Revival architecture, and is typical of the areas gradual tran...
The Capt. William Hallett House is a historic house at 570 Main Street in the Hyannis village of Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA. This 1-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1800, and exhibits a distinctive combination of Federal and Queen Anne styling. While its basic form is that of a Federal-style Cape, it was altered in the late 19th century, adding a shed-roof dormer with an eyebrow section, a porch with turned posts, and a projecting window bay. In the mid-19th century the house belonge...
The Wianno Historic District is a historic district in the Osterville section of Barnstable, Massachusetts. It encompasses a well-preserved summer resort area for the wealthy that was first developed in the late 19th century, focused around the Wianno Club, built in 1881 on the site of an earlier resort hotel. The 40-acre (16 ha) district has a significant number of well-preserved Shingle style and Colonial Revival houses. Architect Horace Frazer designed the Wianno Club, as well as a number of ...

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 The Canary-Hartnett House is a historic house at 113 Winter Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. This well-preserved 1-1- 2 story wood frame building was built c. 1860, and has simple Greek Revival styling. It is four asymmetrical bays wide, with the main entrance in the left bay, and three evenly-spaced sash windows to its right. It has a side gable roof, with a chimney rising through the ridge behind the entrance. The front of the house is finished in clapboards, while the remaining walls are ...
The Wianno Club is a historic club at 107 Sea View Avenue in Osterville, Massachusetts. The club began as the Cotocheset House, a Shingle style structure built in 1882 on the site of a grander hotel that burned down in 1881. This hotel was the centerpiece of a major resort development for the wealthy that was mostly developed prior to World War I. In 1916 the newly-founded club purchased the hotel property. The club built a nine hole golf course on the original land purchase now occupied by hole...
The Hyannis Port Historic District encompasses the historic heart of Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, an area that was intensively developed as a summer resort community beginning in the later decades of the 19th century. The district is about 100 acres (40 ha) in size, and extends from nearly Scudder Avenue in the west to Ocean Avenue in the east. It is bounded on the south by Nantucket Sound, and on the north by Grayton, Edge Hill, and Ocean Avenues. The district was added to the National Register...
 
 Barnstable Municipal Airport (IATA: HYA, ICAO: KHYA, FAA LID: HYA), also known as Boardman- Polando Field, is a public airport located on Cape Cod, one mile (2 km) north of the central business district of Hyannis, in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. This airport is publicly owned by Town of Barnstable. It is Cape Cods major airport as well as an air hub for the Cape and the Islands (Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket). The airport is served by scheduled commercial flights as well as...
The Lincoln House Club is a historic building at 135 Bridge Street in the Osterville section of Barnstable, Massachusetts. The 2-3- 4 story wood frame Shingle style structure was built in 1899 by the Lincoln Club of Boston, as part of a fresh air movement, and occupies a prominent site near the Grand Island Bridge. The building is distinctive for its tall yet low-angled gable roof with large brackets, within whose gables there are nearly two floors of usable space. The club used the building as ...
 
 
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is a museum located in Hyannis, Massachusetts. The John F. Kennedy Hyannis museum is a multimedia exhibit designed to open a window to the days JFK spent on Cape Cod. These exhibits feature a thematic panorama of photographs, archival films, artifacts, text panels, oral histories and a video narrated by Walter Cronkite. Some specifics include a video on the Kennedys, a Kennedy Family Tree, and a statue, What Could Have Been, portraying John F. Kennedy walking o...
 The Capt. Rodney J. Baxter House is an octagonal house in Barnstable, Massachusetts that was built in 1850. It appears to be the only house explicitly credited by the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) to having been designed by Orson S. Fowler that both survives and is listed on the National Register. Orson Fowler is known for having advocated octagonal house design, promoted through an architectural pattern book The Octagon House, A Home for All that he wrote and which was the ba...
 
Hyannis- �haɪ�ænɪs- is the largest of the seven villages in the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts, in the United States. It is the commercial and transportation hub of Cape Cod and was designated an urban area as of the 1990 census. Because of this, many refer to Hyannis as the Capital of the Cape. It contains a majority of the Barnstable Town offices and two important shopping districts, the historic downtown Main Street and the Route 132 Commercial District, including Cape Cod Mall and ...
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  The Centerville Pie Company is a pie company located in Centerville, Massachusetts. It gained fame when it was mentioned on Oprah Winfreys Favorite Things episode in 2010. Furthermore, their pies were sold through the Harry & David corporation.  

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