214 Beverage Hill Ave.

This home at 214 Beverage Hill Ave. in Pawtucket now has historic district designation status.

PAWTUCKET – A 1,300-square-foot craftsman bungalow at 214 Beverage Hill Ave. has received pending approval to be added to the Pawtucket Local Historic District, making its owners entitled to the privileges associated with such an inclusion.

The home still has its original shingle siding, trim, castings, moldings and a restored doorway. It was built in 1928 as a home for Italian immigrants during a period of increased migration of southern and eastern European peoples to the U.S.

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Heritage Alliance of Pawtucket

We are thrilled to have another house added to the local historic district! We want to clarify though that the city does not have a plaque program, and neither the city council nor the Historic District Commission can decide which houses will qualify for our plaque program. Not all houses in the local historic district have plaques, and not all houses with plaques are in the historic district. They are two separate programs, managed by two different groups. Please visit our website to learn more about eligibility for the program.

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