Moses Eames House

They say imitation is the biggest form of flattery.

The Moses Eames house in Natick, Mass., was built in 1839, and perhaps modeled after its nearby neighbor, The Goin Bailey House (see last picture).

To distinguish his house, though, Eames added a cupola and used Doric instead of Ionic columns.

The Goin Bailey House

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