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12 Cudworth St

12 Cudworth St
Historic District Survey information for 12 Cudworth St
Architectural Description: 12 Cudworth Street is a 2-story, 3-bay sidehall cottage with additions. The front-gable roof has partial cornice returns, brick chimney at ridge; frieze below eaves. Additions include 1-story flat roof 2-bay at rear, 1 1/2-story gable roof section at rear, extending to west side, and 1 1/2-story gable roof section facing north at end of previous section. These create a modified L-shaped plan. Each gable roof has partial returns and a brick chimney. The main entry consists of a 2-pane and panel door with storm and simple wood surround. A secondary entrance is located on the east facade of the last section, the 2nd addition. A secondary entrance is also located at the middle addition, north facade, which creates a hyphen between the main and last building sections. Fenestration includes 2/1 wood DHS with storms and louvered shutters (inoperable); 2/2 wood DHS. A brick patio extends from main entrance to secondary (front) entrance and across the north facade, all sections.
Historical Narrative: Plaque on building states - "In 1828 The Grey Schoolhouse, a one-room public school was built on this site. 12 to 15 pupils, 1 teacher."
Dwellings, Historic Districts--Massachusetts--Provincetown, and Cudworth Street (Provincetown, Mass.)
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