Cudworth House // c.1790

This house in Assonet Village in Massachusetts has SOOOO much potential, I just want to save her! The Cudworth House was built at the end of the 18th century, possibly for John Cudworth a mariner who owned a wharf just across the street. By the mid-late 19th century, the home was renovated, given the steep gable, bracketed details, and projecting entry. The house has seen better days, and needs some serious TLC to bring it back to livable conditions.

Update: A fire in August 2022 damaged the property. It is unclear at this time as to the condition and future of the home.

One thought on “Cudworth House // c.1790

  1. Kathleen Rossi August 14, 2022 / 5:39 pm

    Cudworth House, Assonet I have loved this house from afar for a very long time, and recently had tried to figure out how to buy and restore it. Unfortunately, as you noted it has now been damaged by fire, I don’t know how to go about saving or funding this kind of project. Any ideas, and is it really haunted?

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