The Captain David Burt House (1725)

Originally a center-chimney house, built in 1725, the Captain David Burt House is considered to be one of Longmeadow’s oldest houses. The center chimney was destroyed in a fire in the nineteenth century and replaced by a central staircase and two smaller chimneys. The side wings were also added later.

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2 Responses to The Captain David Burt House (1725)

  1. Joe says:

    Nice to see you’re updating more regularly on MA. Both your blogs are great (I read the new posts every day) and I love your work. Keep it up!

  2. Daniel says:

    Thank you. I hope to get more pictures in Massachusetts soon, because I only have a few left!

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