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The Center School is a historic school building at 13 Bedford Street in Burlington, Massachusetts. The one-room wood frame schoolhouse was built in 1855, and occupies a prominent place in the center of Burlington. The building is basically Greek Revival in style, with some Italianate features. It modified in 1898 when it was adapted for use as a library. At that time, the typical paired entrances were replaced by a single entrance with a Colonial Revival treatment. The building served as a libra...
Schools in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Public high schools in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from July 2012, All articles needing additional references, Wikipedia articles with possible conflicts of interest from July 2015, Pages using infobox school with deprecated image parameters, Pages using infobox school with deprecated parameters, Articles to be expanded from October 2014, All articles to be expanded, Articles with empty sections from Octobe...Burlington High School is located at 123 Cambridge Street in Burlington, Massachusetts. Burlington High School is a four-year comprehensive high school. Burlington High School is the only public high school in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, that is currently not accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. This voluntary change of accreditation status is not due to any deficiencies with the school building or curriculum. The school re-engaged in the accreditation process...
The West School is a historic school building at 106 Bedford Street in Burlington, Massachusetts. The one-room schoolhouse was built in 1794-5, when the area was still part of Woburn. The building was originally located in what is now Simonds Park in the center of Burlington, but was moved to its present location in 1839 to serve as the school for the western part of town. It served as a public school at 1897. After serving for a time as a garage, the building was rehabilitated by the local hist...
 
 
The Burlington Mall is a large, two story, upscale indoor shopping mall (complex) located off Route 3 and Route 128 in Burlington, Massachusetts. The mall is one of many shopping venues in the Middlesex County area, including the Shops at Billerica, Acton Plaza, and Middlesex Commons. The Burlington Mall has a gross leasable area of 1,246,675 square feet (115,820 m2). The mall has approximately 170 shops and restaurants, including a large food court (capable of seating 775), and is in a high-den...
 Mary Cummings Park is a 210-acre (0.85 km2) public park in Woburn and Burlington, Massachusetts located at Babylon and Whispering Hills. The former farm and estate became a park managed by the City of Bostons Park Department in 1930. Mary Cummings left the land to the City under the condition that it be kept forever open as a public pleasure ground. Since then it has been used for day camps including Camp Joy, Kamp for Kidz and Camp Wilderness and as a public garden for school children called Wo...
Jacks Diner is a historic diner at 901 Main Street in Woburn, Massachusetts. Built in 1952 by the Worcester Lunch Car Company as #834, it is believed to be the only surviving stainless steel diner built by the company that is located in Massachusetts. It is located on a site that has housed a diner since at least 1937, when the Worcester Lunch Car Company also delivered a diner to this site. The original diner was called Shippers Diner, but the one delivered in 1952 was known as Jacks. The propr...
The Wilson Mill�Old Burlington Road District encompasses a historic mill site and several adjacent historic houses in Bedford, Massachusetts. It is located southwest of the junction of Massachusetts Route 62 and United States Route 3, and includes a mill pond and dam, a stone-lined stream channel, foundations of a 17th-century gristmill, two bridges (one, the Route 62 bridge, is non-contributing), and three houses. The mill site is located just off Old Burlington Road, west of its crossing of ...
The Butters-Avery House is a historic First Period house at 165 Chestnut Street in Wilmington, Massachusetts. It is a two story three bay timber frame house with an integral rear leanto section. When it was built, c. 1720, it sat on a tract of some 100 acres (40 ha) (originally granted to William Butters c. 1665) which remained intact until subdivided for housing in the 20th century. Analysis of its framing suggests that there was probably once a large chimney in the right-hand bay, although the...
 
The First Burial Ground or Park Street Burial Ground is a historic cemetery on Park Street near Centre Street in Woburn, Massachusetts. Established c. 1646, it is the citys first and oldest cemetery. It occupies a 1.4-acre (0.57 ha) parcel at the corner of Park and Centre Streets near Woburn Square. Most of the burials took place before 1794, and are marked by slate headstones. The last documented burial took place in 1903. In a manner typical of early colonial cemeteries, there is no formal cir...
The Old Billerica Road Historic District encompasses a rural residential stretch of Old Billerica Road in Bedford, Massachusetts. It is bounded on the north by Eli-Wil Farm Road, and on the south by Mitchell Grant Lane, and includes houses numbered 229-301 Old Billerica Road. The area represents a cross-section of residential housing in Bedford, encompassing its agrarian origins and its development through the 19th century to a suburban community in the 20th. The district also has a well-preserv...

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Library buildings completed in 1879, Public libraries in Massachusetts, Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in Massachusetts, Henry Hobson Richardson buildings, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Woburn, Massachusetts, Libraries on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, 1856 establishments in the United States, Libraries in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dat...
The Christopher Page House is a historic First Period house at 50 Old Billerica Road in Bedford, Massachusetts. The 2 1� story timber frame house was built c. 1730, exhibiting construction techniques that are transitional between First Period and Georgian practice. The main block is five bays wide with a large central chimney, and an added leanto section. A leanto dormer was added in the late 19th century, as was the Colonial Revival front porch. The interior and exterior both received stylist...
United Church of Christ churches in Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1860, 19th-century United Church of Christ church buildings, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Churches in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Woburn, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wi...The First Congregational Church in Woburn is an historic Congregational church at 322 Main Street in Woburn, Massachusetts. The congregation, established in 1642, is one of the oldest in the United States, and its church building (the sixth for the congregation) is a local landmark. The Italianate-style church was built in 1860, and its 196-foot (60 m) steeple is believed to be the tallest wooden steeple in North America. The church is home to a historic E&GG Hook organ, dating to the time of th...
Amtrak stations in Massachusetts, Bus stations in Massachusetts, Stations along Boston and Maine Railroad lines, Railway stations opened in 2001, Transit centers in the United States, Transportation in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, MBTA Commuter Rail stations in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Woburn, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles using Infobox station with markup inside type, Commons category...Anderson Regional Transportation Center (RTC) (noted on MBTA schedules and maps as Anderson- Woburn) is a train and bus station located at 100 Atlantic Ave., off Commerce Way in Woburn, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. It can be accessed from Exit 37C off Interstate 93 or the Washington Street exit off Interstate 95- Route 128. It opened on April 28, 2001, replacing nearby Mishawum as the major Amtrak and MBTA station of Woburn. It was named in memory of James R. Jimmy Anderson (1968�1981), ...
 
Simonds Tavern is an historic tavern building on 331 Bedford Street in Lexington, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, eight bays wide, with two front entrances and asymmetrically placed chimneys. The first portion of the building was built c. 1794 by Joshua Simonds, who also ran a tavern near Fiske Hill. He began operating a tavern at this site in 1802, and enlarged the building 1810 after Bedford Street was cut through the area. The buildings interior has well-preserved Fe...
The Benjamin Thompson House, also known as the Count Rumford Birthplace, is a historic house museum and National Historic Landmark at 90 Elm Street, in the North Woburn area of Woburn, Massachusetts. It is significant as the birthplace of scientist and inventor Benjamin Thompson (1753�1814), who became Count Rumford of the Holy Roman Empire as well as Sir Benjamin Thompson of the United Kingdom. His birthplace was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975 in recognition of Rumfords scien...
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The Bedford Veterans Affairs Medical Center, also known as the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, is a medical facility of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) at 200 Springs Road in Bedford, Massachusetts. Its campus once consisted of about 276 acres (112 ha) of land, which had by 2012 been reduced to 179 acres (72 ha). The hospital was opened in 1928 to treat neuropsychiatric patients, but now provides a wider array of medical services. Through the efforts of Cong...
Houses completed in 1737, American Revolutionary War sites, Buildings and structures in Lexington, Massachusetts, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, American Revolutionary War museums in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with ...The Hancock-Clarke House is a historic house at 36 Hancock Street in Lexington, Massachusetts, that is a National Historic Landmark. Built in 1738, the house is notable as the only surviving house associated with statesman John Hancock, who lived here for several years as a child. It played a prominent role in the Battle of Lexington and Concord as both Hancock and Samuel Adams, leaders of the colonials, were staying in the house before the battle. The House is operated as a museum by the Lexing...
The West Schoolhouse is a historic school building at 141 Shawsheen Avenue in Wilmington, Massachusetts. It is the best-preserved of Wilmingtons remaining one-room schoolhouses. This single story wood frame building was probably (based on stylistic analysis) built in the 1860s or 1870s, although its resemblance in form to the c. 1840s Old Centre Schoolhouse suggests a possible earlier construction date and subsequent remodeling. It has simple Greek Revival styling with rope molding on the corner...

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The Church Street Historic District in Wilmington, Massachusetts encompasses the largest cluster of high-style 19th- and early 20th-century homes in the town. The district stretches along Church Street (Massachusetts Route 62) from Hanover Street and Clark Street northeast to the town common, which is part of the Wilmington Centre Village Historic District, and includes one non-contributing house on Central Street. Most of the houses in the district are Queen Anne Victorians built in the 1880s a...
  
The Ephraim Buck House is a historic First Period house at 216 Wildwood Street in Wilmington, Massachusetts. Construction of the house has been dated to c. 1704 by deeds, although local histories suggest part of it may be older. Analysis of its framing suggests that it may have been built in phases: the first phase would have included the front half of the house, along with a central chimney, while the back portion of the house, along with a new chimney, would have been added later in the 18th c...
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Buildings and structures completed in 1690, Commercial buildings completed in the 17th century, Buildings and structures in Lexington, Massachusetts, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Massachusetts in the American Revolution, History museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Drinking establishments on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coord...
 
The Johnson-Thompson House is a historic house at 201 Ridge Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. Built c. 1750, this two story Georgian house is the oldest structure in Winchester. The house contains evidence it once had a large central chimney, a typical Georgian feature, which was later removed and replaced by the narrower chimneys on the rear wall. The house was probably built by William Johnson, a prominent figure in the history of Woburn, when this area was part of that town. In 1858 Timoth...
 
Bucks Corner Historic District encompasses a cluster of formerly rural (now suburban) properties in eastern Wilmington, Massachusetts. The district covers 9.88 acres (4.00 ha), and includes six houses and three barns whose construction dates range from the late 17th to the late 19th centuries. Many of them have some association with the descendants of Roger Buck, who with his son Ephraim is said to have built the Ephraim Buck House (216 Wildwood Street) around the turn of the 18th century. Other...
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Lexington, Massachusetts, School districts in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Articles needing cleanup from August 2009, All articles needing cleanup, Cleanup tagged articles without a reason field from August 2009, Wikipedia pages needing cleanup from August 2009, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using infobox school with deprecated image parameters, Pages using infobox school with deprecated parameters, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2... 

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The US Post Office-Lexington Main is an historic post office at 1661 Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington, Massachusetts. The single story brick Georgian Revival building was built in 1937 as part of a Depression era works program. The building has fairly modest styling: it has a belfry and cupola, and its entry is flanked by fluted engaged columns, and topped by a simple entablature, and an eagle set in a carved recess. The interior has marble terrazzo flooring, and marble wainscoting below otherw...
 
The Jabez Weston House is a historic house at 86 West Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The older portion of this 2.5 story timber frame house was built c. 1779 in a late-Georgian early-Federalist style. This portion consisted of a five bay section with a centrally located front door. Sometime (probably still in the 18th century), an eastern extension added three bays and a second entrance, converting the building into a two family residence. The property belonged to the Weston family, who were ...
The Bedford Center Historic District encompasses the historic heart of the town of Bedford, Massachusetts. Its oldest building, the Fitch Tavern (built 1710) predates the incorporation of the town in 1729. Most of the 100 buildings in the 56.5-acre (22.9 ha) district were built in the 18th and 19th centuries; there are some modern intrusions, but the are generally stylistically compatible. The centerpiece of the district is Bedfords First Parish Church, a Federal-style church built in 1816, whic...
The Wilmington Centre Village Historic District encompasses the historic center of the town of Wilmington, Massachusetts. It stretches along Church and Middlesex Streets, from the town common in the southwest to the Old Burial Ground in the northeast. The area was established as a local civic center in the 1730s with the construction of a meeting house and the cemetery. The village center experienced some growth in the early decades of the 19th century due to the presence of a factory-style bake...
Hancock School is a historic former school building on 33 Forest Street in Lexington, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1- 2 story brick Romanesque Revival structure, with a tall hip roof pierced by hip-roofed dormers. It was designed by the noted architectural firm of Hartwell and Richardson, and is the only commission of that firm in Lexington. The school was built in 1891 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. For the past 30 years it has been housed residential condominium...
The George Wyman House is a historic house at 195 Cambridge Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built in the late 1820s, and is a rare local example of transitional Federal-Greek Revival styling. Basically Federal in its form, with side gable roof and five bay front, its center entry with full-length sidelights is more Greek Revival in character. The house was built by George Wyman near the site of one of the first houses to be built in what is now Winchester ...
 
The Ephraim Weston House is a historic house at 229 West Street in Reading, Massachusetts. It is incorrectly listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Ephrain Weston House, at 224 West Street. It was built in the early years of the 19th century by Ephraim Weston, a local real estate developer and businessman; he operated a local general store and a shoe manufacturing business, one of the early such businesses in the town. It is a two-sory wood frame structure, with a hip roof and...
The Samuel Bancroft House is a historic house at 232 West Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story timber frame house was built c. 1748, and may incorporate portions of an even older building. It was built by Samuel Bancroft, a locally prominent civic leader, who purchased the property in 1748. The house was later owned by Ephraim Weston, a businessman who built another house nearby and turned this house over to his son. The house has relatively plain Georgian styling; its entrance is a l...
The House at 206 West Street in Reading, Massachusetts, is a well-preserved Greek Revival cottage. Its date of construction is uncertain, but appears to fall within the period of Greek Revival popularity in Reading, between 1831 and 1857. The house has side gables (unlike the more typical Greek Revival front gable forms), with a gabled dormer above the center entry. The door is flanked by full-length sidelight windows and pilasters, which support a tall entablature. The house is believed to be a...
Buildings and structures completed in 1695, 1775 in the Thirteen Colonies, American Revolutionary War sites, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Lexington, Massachusetts, Massachusetts in the American Revolution, Drinking establishments on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Museums in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Houses in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Hidden c...Munroe Tavern, located at 1332 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, Massachusetts, is an American Revolutionary War site that played a prominent role in the Battle of Lexington and Concord. It is now preserved and operated as a museum by the Lexington Historical Society, with exhibits highlighting the role and perspective of the British soldiers during the outbreak of the war. The house is open for guided tours on weekends starting in April and daily from Memorial Day weekend until the end of Octobe...

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The House at 77 Howard Street in Reading, Massachusetts is an excellent example of a well preserved Queen Anne Victorian house. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built in the 1890s, as part of a building boom in which Reading was transformed into a railroad suburb of Boston. Although it has a basically rectangular massing, it has a complex appearance, with the turret on the left, bay windows on the front facade, and a large front gable on the right side of the hipped roof. The gable is decorate...
The John Mason House is an historic First Period house on 1303 Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, its main block three bays wide, with a side gable roof, clapboard siding, and two chimneys set behind the roof ridge. A leanto section to the rear gives it a saltbox profile, and an ell extends to the right. The oldest portion of the house, a three-bay portion of its main block, was built c. 1715. The building has been repeatedly extended and...
The Capt. Josiah Locke House is a historic house at 195 High Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. The two story wood frame Federal style house was built in 1803 by Josiah Locke, a captain in the Woburn militia (the area then being part of Woburn), in an area farmed by other members of his extended family (including his brother Asa). The interior of the house has retained significant early details, including period Federal and Greek Revival details, and very early wallpaper. The home is also nota...
The Durgin House is a historic house at 66 Prospect Street in Reading, Massachusetts. Built in 1872 by Boston businessman William Durgin, this 2.5 story wood frame house is one of the finest Italianate houses in the town. It follows a cross-gable plan, with a pair of small side porches and bay windows on the main gable ends. The porches are supported by chamfered posts on pedestals, and feature roof lines with a denticulated cornice and brackets. The main roof line also features paired decorativ...
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The Lewis House is a historic house at 276 Woburn Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built in the late 1870s by John Lewis, a successful shoe dealer. The house is three bays wide, with a hipped roof with a single gable dormer. The roof has extended eaves with false rafter ends that are actually lengthened modillion blocks; these features give the house a Colonial Revival feel. The corner boards are pilastered, and the front entry is flanked by half-length sideli...
The Roberts House is a historic house at 59 Prospect Street in Reading, Massachusetts. The two story house is basically Colonial Revival in character, but also exhibits Craftsman style features, including extended eaves with exposed rafter ends, stucco walls, and a chunky entrance portico. The window above the entrance is a Shingle style band of three casement windows, and there is a hip-roof dormer in the roof above. The house is one of Readings better examples of Craftsman architecture, and wa...
The Mark Temple House is a historic house at 141 Summer Avenue in Reading, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story timber frame house was built c. 1753 by Jonathan Temple, whose family lived all along Summer Street. In the 1850s Uncle Mark Temple, remodeled the Georgian style house into the Greek Revival style then still popular in Reading. Among his changes was to turn the original building 90 degrees and raise its foundation. Oscar Foote, a locally prominent real estate developer and businessman, bought ...
The Carr-Jeeves House is a historic house at 57 Lake Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. The 1.5 story wood frame house was built in 1869 by Moses Mann and James Mann in a Second Empire style, as a speculative venture, and was sold to Mary Carr the following year. It has an L-shaped layout, with a gable end section facing the street, below which is a squared projecting bay. The windows on this facade are arched in polygonal fashion. The gables and eaves (including those on the roof of the proje...
Wisteria Lodge is a historic house at 146 Summer Avenue in Reading, Massachusetts. The 2-1- 2 story Second Empire wood frame house was built in 1850 by Oscar Foote, a local real estate developer entrepreneur who attempted to market bottled mineral water from nearby springs. The house has a mansard roof with fish scale slate shingles, bracketed eaves, an elaborate porte cochere, and styled window surrounds with triangular pediments. The porches ahd porte cochere are supported by square columns se...
The Kemp Place and Barn form a historic farmstead at 186 Summer Avenue in Reading, Massachusetts. The main house is a 2-1- 2 story Italianate wood frame structure, with an L-shaped cross-gable footprint and clapboard siding. Its roofline is studded with paired brackets, its windows have eared or shouldered hoods, and there is a round-arch window in the front gable end. The porch wraps around the front to the side, supported by Gothic style pierced-panel posts. The square cupola has banks of thre...
 The MIT Lincoln Laboratory, located in Lexington, Massachusetts, is a United States Department of Defense research and development center chartered to apply advanced technology to problems of national security. Research and development activities focus on long-term technology development as well as rapid system prototyping and demonstration. These efforts are aligned within key mission areas. The laboratory works with industry to transition new concepts and technology for system development and ...

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