114 Brattle Street, Cambridge (1903)

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In addition to its well-known Colonial-era houses, Brattle Street in Cambridge also has many Colonial Revival homes, built in late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A number of these were designed by John W. Ames, such as the house at 114 Brattle, which closely follows the style of eighteenth century Georgian structures.

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