Sara Huttleston Rogers House

47 Union Street
Fairhaven, Mass.

Year Built: 1905

The Sara Huttleston Rogers House was built in 1905 by Henry Huttleston Rogers for his Aunt Sara on property which was part of the original Huttleston Estate.

Although this house is distinctly medievalizing in its overall appearance, its elements are all from the Queen Anne style and it uses neither masonry nor half-timbering to underscore its Tudor look.



References

• Mass. Historical Commission, Form B, FAI.326

• “The Gift of Grand Homes,” Sarah Guille, Standard Times (New Bedford), November 29, 1998. (“It was also designed by Boston architect Charles Brigham . . . . 47 Union Street.”)


Images


2016, rear


2008, Dormer window originally contained a sash with diamond pattern


2008, Dormer window originally contained a sash with diamond pattern


2008 - Showing detail of side entranceway


1978, Courtesy of the Mass. Historical Commission

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