Mary Amory Greene Summer Cottage

Lake Road
Dublin, N.H.

Year Built: 1883

This is a 2˝-story frame summer cottage, overlooking Dublin Lake, with a variety of bay windows, shingled surfaces, and picturesque multi-pitched roof almost suggesting Victorian-mode "Swiss chalet". The shingled surfaces are now painted gray. Despite some modern stock doors, etc., the house still retains much of its original architectural character.

There is a full-length "open balustraded porch-deck on north, and inset porch on west. Set on a wooded, secluded hillside overlooking the lake.

This cottage was built in 1883 on what was the Phillips farm and is extant. An addition was added in 1902 and there was some “remodeling” in 1979.


References

• Morgan, William, “Monadnock Summer: The Architectural Legacy of Dublin New Hampshire,” 2011, p. 43.

• Dublin, New Hampshire Historic Resources Inventory, Mary Amory Greene Cottage, Lake Road, Dublin, August 14, 1979.

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