Dunbar House

345 Summer St

1870

Architectural Style

Italianate

Significance

Architecture

Use Type

Single Family Dwelling House

Neighborhood

Bridgewater Town Center

Massachusetts Historical Commission Report

Architectural Significance

This is an L-plan (with attached stable) Italianate frame vernacular house with a side hall plan main block, distinctive polygonal bay, cornice headed windows and gable roof with return eaves.

Historical Significance

Situated to the northeast of Carver Pond, this house was built for D.H. Dunbar c. 1870. N.T. Cushman, farmer, lived here during the late 1870s. R.H. Woodland owned this property in 1903.