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Peak House
345 Main St, Medfield, MA 02052
The Peak House is one of the oldest buildings and is believed to have been originally constructed in 1668 by BenjaminMore Clark. The building was destroyed in 1676 and then later rebuilt around 1680. It serves as one of the earliest examples of post-Medieval Elizabethan architectures in the United States. Since 1924 Peak House has been owned and preserved by the Medfield Historical Society. Upcoming events and programs held at the house can be found on the website.
Medfield Historical Society
6 Pleasant St, Medfield, MA 02052
The Medfield Historical Society was established in 1891 as a private, not-for-profit organization that works toMore preserve, promote and share Medfield's history. It annually holds the Peak House Pantry Sale the Saturday before Thanksgiving, showcasing the Peak House and raising money for its ongoing maintenance. The Historical Society encourages community members interested in Medfield's history to join the society.
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