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FORM B BUILDING Assessor's Number USGS Quad Area(s) Form Number <br /> 0 0 2209 <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 20/1246 <br /> MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES BUILDING <br /> 220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD Town/City: Lexington <br /> BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02125 Place: (neighborhood or village): <br /> Photograph <br /> Address: 87 Cliffe Avenue <br /> Historic Name: <br /> Uses: Present: residential <br /> Le �� Original: residential <br /> Date of Construction: ca. 1918-30 <br /> Source: historic maps, U.S. census <br /> Style/Form: Colonial Revival <br /> Architect/Builder: <br /> Exterior Material: <br /> North and west(facade)elevations Foundation: fieldstone <br /> Wall/Trim: vinyl siding and trim <br /> Locus Map Roof- asphalt shingles <br /> Outbuildings/Secondary Structures: <br /> Not visible from the street <br /> 20-193_ __ <br /> Major Alterations(with dates): <br /> - --- --- Artificial siding (L 20th c) <br /> 20- <br /> Condition: good <br /> IFy <br /> r Moved: no ❑ yes ❑ Date: <br /> J <br /> .6 _ j Acreage: 0.25 <br /> - A `l Setting: Located near the intersection of Hillcrest and Cliffe <br /> i avenues in a dense residential neighborhood. Buildings are <br /> of varying size and scale and predominantly early to mid- <br /> 20th century construction. <br /> Recorded by: Wendy Frontiero <br /> Organization: Lexington Historical Commission <br /> Date(month/year): September 2015 <br /> 12/12 Follow Massachusetts Historical Commission Survey Manual instructions for completing this form. <br />
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