Set north of the highway on a remnant of the Old Post Road, this Greek Revival clapboarded meetinghouse has a short belfry atop its pedimental gable. The simple geometry of its front is punctuated by two entry doors trimmed, like the rest of the entry elevation, with planar moldings.
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First Baptist Church of Charlestown
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