August 1, 2011
As we reach the final stages of the exterior restoration of the Mary Baker Eddy historic house in Lynn, Massachusetts, the lovely Italianate style of the house, typical of the 1870s, is shining forth. As you look at the house, you will notice how the colors highlight the decorative brackets, pendants, and other architectural elements so typical of the Italianate style. The browns and beiges are meant to suggest a villa in Tuscany. The windows are designed to disappear, and they nearly do with the black-green paint.
This image gallery also includes photos of the new vestibule and the new side-porch entrance. Phase One of the Lynn project is nearing completion. We look forward to sharing the finished exterior restoration and the new accessibility features in our next image gallery.View All News