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Pierce-Hichborn House

Pierce-Hichborn House Review

One of the city's oldest brick buildings, this structure, just to the left of the Paul Revere House, was once owned by Nathaniel Hichborn, a boatbuilder and Revere's cousin on his mother's side. Built about 1711 for a window maker named Moses Pierce, the Pierce-Hichborn House is an excellent example of early Georgian architecture. The home's symmetrical style was a radical change from the wood-frame Tudor buildings, such as the Revere House, then common. Its four rooms are furnished with modest 18th-century furniture, providing a peek into typical middle-class life.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 29 North Sq., North End, Boston, MA, 02113 | Map It
  • Phone: 617/523–2338
  • Cost: $2, $5.50 with Paul Revere House
  • Hours: Guided tours only; call to schedule
  • Subway: Haymarket, Aquarium, Government Center
  • Location: The North End
Updated: 11-12-2013

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