Ashport - Cushman House

1025 Pleasant St

1840

Architectural Style

Greek Revival

Significance

Architecture

Use Type

Single Family Dwelling House

Neighborhood

Scotland

Massachusetts Historical Commission Report

Architectural Significance

This is a small 1 story Greek Revival cottage. Its 4-bay main facade exhibits an off center entrance with classicized enframements. Windows contain 6/6 wood' sash.

Historical Significance

Built c. 1840, this house first appears on the 1852 map labeled "Mrs. Ashport". By the 1870s an I . N. Cushman, farmer, owned the property—a Hannah Cushman lived here during the early 1900s.