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Follow Massachusetts Historical Commission Survey Manual instructions for completing this form.12/12 <br />FORM B  BUILDING <br />MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION <br />MASSACHUSETTS ARCHIVES BUILDING <br />220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD <br />BOSTON,MASSACHUSETTS 02125 <br />Photograph <br />Locus Map (north at top) <br /> Parcel prior to subdivision; see continuation sheet for <br />current <br />Recorded by: Lisa Mausolf for the <br />Organization: Lexington Historical Commission <br />Date (month / year): October 2022; May 2023 <br />Assessor’s Number USGS Quad Area(s) Form Number <br />14-57H Boston <br />North LEX.2512 <br />Town/City: Lexington <br />Place:(neighborhood or village): <br />East Lexington <br />Address:11-15-17 Linc Cole Lane <br />(was 69 Pleasant Street) <br />Historic Name: Wellington House <br />Uses:Present: single family dwelling <br />Original: single family dwelling <br />Date of Construction: 1896 <br />Source:Lexington Minute-Man <br />Style/Form: Colonial Revival <br />Architect/Builder: attributed to Hartwell & Richardson <br />(see text)Exterior Material: <br />Foundation: fieldstone <br />Wall/Trim: wood clapboard/wood <br />Roof:asphalt shingles, rubber <br />Outbuildings/Secondary Structures: <br />Barn (demolished 2022) <br />Major Alterations (with dates): <br />First half 20th c. – loss of balustrades on roof, porch and <br />front patio <br />Condition:good <br />Moved: no yes Date: <br />Acreage:0.57 acres <br />Setting: Located on arterial thoroughfare, set back from <br />the road on the slopes leading to Moon Hill. Near Wilson <br />Farms and entrance to Route 2.