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Stoughton House

Stoughton House

Designed by architect H.H. Richardson in 1882, and built for Mrs. Edwin Stoughton, this house is the foremost example of the shingle style with a minimum of ornament and shingles stretching over the building's irregular volumes like a skin. Stoughton House is a National Historic Landmark and an icon of American architecture.

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Cambridge, MA 02138

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