Prominently located at the intersection of Division Street and Love Lane, the Gorton-Greene House has at its core a prominent stone chimney, testimony, even more visible on its interior (not open to the public), of its origins as a stone-ender, built just following King Philip's War (1676–1677). The massive chimney is, appropriately, the most readily visible element of this much-expanded house set in a wellmanicured precinct. In the course of occupancy by eight generations of related families, the original small, single-cell house evolved into an amiably rambling structure surrounded by handsomely landscaped gardens. At the rear and mostly hidden by vegetation is a cider house, recently restored with great care, that probably dates from the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century.
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