Bridgewater Iron Manufacturing Company Barn

22 Wall St

1850

Architectural Style

Significance

Architecture, Industry

Use Type

Multiple Family Dwelling House, Out Building

Neighborhood

Stanley

Massachusetts Historical Commission Report

Architectural Significance

This was built as a barn c. 1850 and converted to residential use c. 1890s.

Historical Significance

Originally a barn, this structure was built by the Lazell, Perkins Iron Works (Bridgewater Iron Co.) during this company's building campaign of 1845-1860. It is part of the enclave of iron workers cottages at Bolton PI. and Wall St. (Stanley). It appears labeled "Barn" on the 1873 map of the town center.