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This building is significant as one of the best preserved Greek Revival houses in or near central Methuen, and is representative of housing constructed during the first period of industrial development, 1825-1860. As of 2017, it houses an antiques and interior design company.


This building is significant as one of the best preserved Greek Revival houses in or near central Methuen, and is representative of housing constructed during the first period of industrial development, 1825-1860. It is situated along the 1806 Essex Turnpike, now Broadway, and among its 19th century owners were several generations of the Silver family, most of whom were shoemakers.

 306 Broadway possesses integrity of location, design, setting, materials, and workmanship and meets the criteria of the National Register of Historic Places. - Description courtesy of Dan Gagnon, historian.