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FORM B — BUILDING <br /> Assessor's Number USGS Quad Areas) Form Number <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION 1003000011A 1Boston N. 646 <br /> MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES BUILDING <br /> 220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD Town Lexington <br /> BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02125 <br /> Place (neighborhood or village) <br /> Address 3 Ingleside Rd. <br /> oto Historic Name Albert W. Bryant House/Kenison <br /> 11 Place/Ryder Farmhouse <br /> 9s Uses: Present Residential <br /> Original Residential <br /> - Date of Construction 1856 <br /> Source Lexington Valuation lists <br /> lj Style/Form Italianate(altered)with Colonial Revival <br /> additions <br /> ' Architect/Builder <br /> Exterior Material: <br /> A – <br /> Y �? Foundation Granite <br /> to <br /> Wall/Trim Wood Clapboards <br /> Roof Asphalt Shingle <br /> KEW Outbuildings/Secondary Structures Attached garage <br /> r Major Alterations (with dates) <br /> Roof line(1960s) <br /> Rear extension and garage(dates unknown) <br /> r v <br /> t ! Condition Good <br /> k _ Moved ® no ❑ yes Date <br /> II Acreage 0.4 A. <br /> Setting Set far back from the heavily-trafficked street on <br /> Recorded by Nancy S. Seasholes which it was once located; now reached from a side street <br /> with 20th-century houses built on the land historically <br /> Organization Lexington Historical Commission associated with this house <br /> Date(month/year) February 1998 <br /> Follow Massachusetts Historical Commission Survey Manual instructions for completing this form. <br />
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