Lenox Village Tour North

 

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Gilded Age Markers: 10
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5 Greenwood St., Hartman Kuhn House - 1870 7 Greenwood St
Lenox, MA 01240

5 Greenwood St., Hartman Kuhn House - 1870

This Tudor Revival summer house was also known as Hillside.  It was owned for some time by Mr. and Mrs. Ross Whistler.  More Information

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66 Church St., James O'Brien Jr. House - c.1885 66 Church Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

66 Church St 

The O'Brien family must have done well by the time this Queen Anne style was built next door to James's father's more modest home at 72 Church.  More Information

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55 Main St., Congregational Chapel - 1877 55 Main Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

55 Main St., Congregational Chapel - 1877

This Gothic Revival chapel was built for winter services and events for the Church on the Hill congregation.  The new chapel was built on the site of an earlier octagon building used by the Lenox Library.  More Information.

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120 Main St., The Willows - 1884 120, Main Street, Lenox
Massachusetts, United States

120 Main St., John M. Cook House - c. 1884

This Queen Anne style was a rectory for St. Ann's, a summer rental and now a funeral home.  More Information

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136 Main St., Congregational Parsonage - 1895 136, Main Street, Lenox
Massachusetts, United States

136 Main St., Congregational Church Parsonage

This Queen Anne would have been a very stylish parsonage for Church on the Hill.  More Information

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135 Main, Eliza Williams House - 1861 135 Main Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

135 Main St., Eliza Williams House - c. 1861

Moved from a location closer to Main St., this Colonial Revival was owned for much of the early 20th century by Miss Kate Carey.  More Information

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15 Cliffwood St., Francis Farley House - 1850 15 Cliffwood Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

15 Cliffwood St., Francis D. Farley House - c. 1850

Pisturesque style home and carriage barn.  More Information 

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16 Cliffwood St., Dr. Bernard McKay House - 1885 16 Cliffwood Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

16 Cliffwood St., Dr. Bernard McKay House - c. 1885

Queen Anne stye summer home for a wealthy New York couple.  More Information

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22 Cliffwood St., Newton Sharp House - 1900 22 Cliffwood Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

22 Cliffwood St., Newton-Sharp House - c. 1900

Classic Queen Anne style roofline with turret.  More Information

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25 Cliffwood St., Edward Livingston House - 1889 25 Cliffwood Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

25 Cliffwood St., Edward Livingston House - 1889

This Renaissance Revival "cottage" was one of five in Lenox designed by Thomas Tilden.  More Information

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Shiretown Era Markers: 6
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9 Cliffwood St, Calvin Burnham House - 1805 9 Cliffwood Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

9 Cliffwood St., Calvin Burnham House - c. 1805

Federal style home built for business man with numerous business dealings with the Matoon family.  More Information

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93 Church St., Typical House 1810 93 Church Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

93 Church St 93

A Federalist style home (the porch added later) that a typical family might have lived in.  Probably moved from Main and Franklin. More Information

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65 Main St., The Academy - 1802 65 Main Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

65 Main St., Lenox Academy - c. 1802

This Federalist style building was constructed to house a school for young men in early Lenox.  More Information

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73 Main St., James Robbins House - 1807 73 Main St.
Lenox, MA 01240

73 Main St., James Robbins House - c. 1807

A Federalist style house that has provided a home for generations of prominent Lenox residents. More Information

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114 Main St., Cook House - 1790 114 Main Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

114 Main St., Cook House - 1790

A Federalist style farm house and tavern for the Cook family.  It was purchased by Richard Sands Tucker of Brooklyn, NY in 1866.  Caroline Katherine Cary (who owned what is now Garden Gables across the street) purchased a property for the Lenox branch of the Berkshire County Home for Aged Women.  More Information

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169 Main St., Church on the Hill - 1805 169 Main Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

169 Main St., Church on the Hill - 1805

On the National Register, this Federalist style church replaced an earlier meeting house nearby.  Also see historic cemetery.  More Information

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Lenox 20th Century Markers: 2
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132 Main St., St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church - 1911 132 Main St.
Lenox, MA 01240

132 Main St., St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church - 1911

With the influx of immigrants and cottagers, the Catholic community grew in Lenox, and a small wooden Catholic church was built in 1871.  It was replaced by Norman Gothic Revival Church.  Another Catholic church, St. Vincent de Paul, was also built in 1904 in Lenox Dale.  More Information

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19 Cliffwood St., Albert Clifford House - 1914 19 Cliffwood Street, Lenox
MA 01240, USA

19 Cliffwood St., Albert Clifford House - 1914

Classical Revival - a new look for a new century.  More Information

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Settlement and Revolutionary War Markers: 1
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7 Hubbard St., Site of Israel Dewey House - 1770 7, Hubbard Street, Lenox
Massachusetts, United States

7 Hubbard St

The current colonial revival building replaced the earlier Israel Dewey home and tavern where the first Lenox town meeting was held in 1767.  More Information

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