Boston architect W. D. Wentworth designed this combination of Richardsonian Romanesque and Queen Anne styles for a prominent local merchant. The tall, narrow proportions of the house point to the increasingly urban character of this end of Freemason Street at the turn of the century. The variety of door and window openings, multiple gables, polychromy, surface patterns, and textures create a virtual textbook of Victorian design. The house is restored and filled with period furniture.
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Hunter House Victorian Museum
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