298 Bradford Street

 
Visible far and wide when the tree cover falls, 298 Bradford Street stands as the pinnacle of A-frame architecture in town. It was constructed c1955. Its cousins in this exuberant style of atomic-age-baby-boom resort architecture include 317 Commercial Street, 5 Winston Avenue and the Methodist Church at 10 Shank Painter Road. The painter Anthony Fisher is the current owner. [Updated 2012-08-19]

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