The Martin House is a historic house at 940 County Street in Seekonk, Massachusetts. The house is a frame structure with clapboard exterior. It is two and a half stories, plus an 18-foot square monitor above. It has an entrance porch with two Doric columns. There are eight rooms distributed around a central hall plan. The house was built c. 1799–1801, and is stylistically similar to houses built at the time in Newport, Rhode Island. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

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  • The Martin House is a historic house at 940 County Street in Seekonk, Massachusetts. The house is a frame structure with clapboard exterior. It is two and a half stories, plus an 18-foot square monitor above. It has an entrance porch with two Doric columns. There are eight rooms distributed around a central hall plan. The house was built c. 1799–1801, and is stylistically similar to houses built at the time in Newport, Rhode Island. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. (en)
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  • The Martin House is a historic house at 940 County Street in Seekonk, Massachusetts. The house is a frame structure with clapboard exterior. It is two and a half stories, plus an 18-foot square monitor above. It has an entrance porch with two Doric columns. There are eight rooms distributed around a central hall plan. The house was built c. 1799–1801, and is stylistically similar to houses built at the time in Newport, Rhode Island. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. (en)
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