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INVENTORY FORM B CONTINUATION SHEET LEXINGTON 8 Wadman Circle <br /> MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL COMMISSION Area(s) Form No. <br /> 220 MORRISSEY BOULEVARD,BOSTON,MASSACHUSETTS 02125 <br /> 1620 <br /> Recommended for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. <br /> If checked,you must attach a completed National Register Criteria Statement form. <br /> ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION: <br /> Describe architectural features. Evaluate the characteristics of this building in terms of other buildings within the community. <br /> Located on a small residential circle off Patriots Drive, 8 Wadman Circle is a modest 1 'h-story structure with an L-shaped plan. <br /> Its appearance vaguely suggests a 19th century construction date; its concrete block foundation is an indication that it was likely <br /> moved here from another site. The building is sheathed in wood clapboards. The north wall of the building undulates with <br /> differing wall surfaces suggesting the house may have been constructed in several sections. The broad gable roof is sheathed in <br /> asphalt shingles and has projecting eaves. Windows contain double-hung wooden sash in 2/2 and 2/1 configurations, arranged <br /> individually and in pairs. Many of the windows are flanked by board shutters. The area between the two projections is filled by <br /> a sunporch enclosed with multi-light windows. <br /> HISTORICAL NARRATIVE <br /> Discuss the history of the building. Explain its associations with local(or state)history. Include uses of the building, and the role(s) the <br /> owners/occupants played within the community. <br /> Wadman Circle was laid out in 1925 on land which Wesley Wadman acquired from Hallie Blake in 1924. Blake was the owner <br /> of the former Hayes Estate (60 Meriam Street). Like its neighbor at 6 Wadman Circle,the house at 8 Wadman Circle appears to <br /> have been recycled and relocated from another site,probably the Hayes Estate. The 1925 plan of Wadman's land(Plan Book <br /> 366,Page 29) shows that the house at 8 Wadman Circle was already in place at that time. <br /> The property was sold by Marion Stickney to J. Carter and Anita MacDonald in 1946 (Book 7076,Page 393). It was sold by <br /> Mrs. MacDonald to the present owners in 2002. <br /> BIBLIOGRAPHY and/or REFERENCES <br /> Lexington Directories,various dates. <br /> Middlesex South Registry of Deeds, Cambridge,Mass. 1925— Plan Book 366,Page 29 (lot 4) <br /> Sanborn Insurance Maps <br /> U.S. Census,various years. <br /> 1906 map <br /> Continuation sheet 1 <br />
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