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Isaac Rich House, South Pamet Road, Truro, Barnstable County, MA

Isaac Rich House, South Pamet Road, Truro, Barnstable County, MA

 
 
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Significance: The Isaac Rich House is a one and a half story Cape Cod "double house" which is surrounded by residential landscaping. The rectangular house faces west and has an east ell. The building is wood and is covered with wood shingles. There are porches along the front of the house and in the back. The construction of the building is wood post and beam with horizontal board walls. The boards have shingles directly on the exterior and plaster directly on the interior. The gable roof has roof boards which run parallel to the ridge. The roof is covered with asphalt shingles and has a simple box cornice.
Survey number: HABS MA-759

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
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Location

Truro (Mass. : Town)41.99555, -70.03435
Google Map of 41.995551, -70.03434899999999
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