Episcopal Parsonage - 2 School

Episcopal Parsonage
Episcopal Parsonage
Episcopal Parsonage, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: School-2_Eastport(August)005 copy(72).jpg
Episcopal Parsonage, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: School-2_Eastport(August)005 copy(72).jpg
Episcopal Parsonage Detail, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: School-2_Eastport(August)006 copy(72).jpg
Episcopal Parsonage Detail, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: School-2_Eastport(August)006 copy(72).jpg
Built:1887
Address:
2 School Street
Eastport, Maine

Architects

Architectural Styles

  • Queen Anne
• From Eastport Sentinel, May 4, 1887, p.3.c.1: “A lot of land adjoining the Episcopal church on the north and extending to the Brooks school house lot, has been given to the society by Gen. Leavitt for a building site for a parsonage. The lot has a frontage of 100 feet on the east and a depth of 54 feet. Plans for a handsome two story cottage in the Queen Anne style of architecture have been prepared by Mr. Fassett, architect, of Portland. The building will be 30 feet square, with an ell. A veranda will extend along the south side from which t`e front entrance will be made, and the east end will be finished with two bay windows. Mr. Allen W. Clark will have charge of the construction.”

• From Eastport Sentinel, January 18, 1888, p.2,c.4-6, p.3,c.1-2: Eastport’s Building Record for the Past Year. .... The new parsonage built by the Episcopal society on land adjoining the church lot, is a handsomm building in the Queen Anne style of architecture, the plans foz which were drawn by Mr. Fassett of Portland, and the work done by A.W. Clark, master builder. The house sets up well from the oround, has pleasant bay windows on the east, and a roomy veranda on the south side. Every building of which mention is made in the foregoing was erected the past year, ...\"

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