The Sadie Stockwell house at 7 East Street in Ipswich was built in 1888. It is an excellent example of how Victorian  homes in Ipswich feature a combination of “Shingle Style,” Queen Anne and “Stick” styles of Victorian architecture. Such houses are typically asymmetrical with roof sections of different pitch, turrets and bays with a minimum of trim, and shingles wrapping the house. The bold colors are a Queen Ann influence Ornamental corbels (brackets) provide support for the steep overhangs.

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& East st. at the beginning of the 20th Century

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