Joseph L. Stone House
Thu, 2018-Apr-26 00:56 UTC
Length - 1:46
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The Joseph L. Stone House is a historic house and carriage barn at 77 and 85 Temple Street in Newton, Massachusetts. The 2-1/2 story house, now at 77 Temple Street, has a brick first floor and wood frame upper floors, with a roughly three-part facade. On the left is a projecting section with a gabled roof, and on the right is a rounded two story tower section topped with an octagonal roof. In between is a recessed porch on the second floor, with a projecting gabled dormer above. The walls are sheathed in decorative shingle work, and the porch and porte-cochere are elaborately decorated. The carriage barn, now converted to a residence at 85 Temple, is of similar styling. The house and carriage barn were built in 1881 by Joseph L. Stone, a banker.
The buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
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