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Drewsville Mansion
Drewsville Mansion, Drewsville, New Hampshire.jpg
Drewsville Mansion is located in New Hampshire
Drewsville Mansion
Drewsville Mansion is located in the United States
Drewsville Mansion
LocationOld Cheshire Trnpke., S end of Drewsville Village common, Walpole, New Hampshire
Coordinates 43°7′36″N 72°23′34″W / 43.12667°N 72.39278°W / 43.12667; -72.39278
DREWSVILLE MANSION Latitude and Longitude:

43°7′36″N 72°23′34″W / 43.12667°N 72.39278°W / 43.12667; -72.39278
Area3 acres (1.2 ha)
Built1880 (1880)
Architectural styleStick/eastlake
NRHP reference # 96000953 [1]
Added to NRHPSeptember 13, 1996

The Drewsville Mansion is a historic house on Old Cheshire Turnpike in the Drewsville village of Walpole, New Hampshire. The ​2 12 story wood frame mansion was built in 1880 for Bolivar and Sarah Lathrop Lovell. It is a rare local example of Stick/Eastlake style architecture in an area that has predominantly older style buildings. The house is located at the south end of the Drewsville Common, which it faces. The main facade is sheltered by a single story porch with a jigsaw-cut decorative frieze, and a second-story bay projects over the porch above the main entrance. This bay has decorative stickwork and curving brackets. The interior of the house has retained much of its original finish, despite being subdivided into apartments and suffering fire damage in one wing. [2]

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. [1]

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ "NRHP nomination for Drewsville Mansion". National Park Service. Retrieved 2014-04-03.