William Robinson House

536 Main Street
Watertown, Mass.

Year Built: 1867
Year Demolished: ca. 1945

Charles Brigham designed a house for William Robinson in 1867. The house cost about $6,000 and Brigham did not superintend its construction. The house was demolished in about 1945.

Contemporary maps show that the house may have been side-facing. It was a 3-story Second Empire house with a mansard roof.


References

• Letters from Charles Brigham to John Hubbard Sturgis, May 29, 1867 and September 30, 1868, Sturgis Papers, Boston Athenaeum.


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