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Peck-Porter House

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The Peck-Porter House is a historic house at the corner of Main and Middle Streets in Walpole, New Hampshire. The main block of the ​2 1⁄2 story wood frame house was built in 1839 for Henry Peck, owner of a local dry goods business. The house is an excellent example of high Greek Revival styling rarely found in rural parts of New Hampshire, with full height fluted Doric columns supporting a full entablature. The side elevations have matching single story porches supported by fluted columns. Henry Peck lost the house after going bankrupt; it was eventually acquired by Dr. Winslow Porter in 1875, in whose family it remained for many years.
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