Date of Restoration
2004 - 2006
Front stairs and smoke oven. From Anne W. Baker's Site and Building Summary for the Cory Farm Complex: "The front stairs is a tightly winding, open staircase constructed in three turns. The stairway ascends in front of the east wall of the chimney well. The stringer is decorated with scrolls. The stick balusters are square, the banister is molded and the newel posts are plain. The walls are plastered and have a painted baseboard. Half way up the stairs is a 6'4" tall by 2'9" wide doorway that originally opened into a chamber or smoke room built into the brick chimney."
212 Cornell Road, Westport, MA
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18th century, Georgian and 19th Century, Greek Revival
"Cory House 077: Front Stairs and Smoke Oven" (2021). Images. 239.
Cory House, historic houses