New York, NY (PRWEB) May 06, 2013
PhineasUphamHouse.com, a website dedicated to the history and current events of the historic Massachusetts house, has recently launched a schematics gallery on the website. The gallery features hand-drawn sketches of the structure of the house, including specs for the front and sides as well as an aerial view.
The Phineas Upham House is a Colonial-era Saltbox-style home built in 1703 in Melrose, Massachusetts. It was built by Phineas Upham, a descendant of Massachusetts Bay colonist John Upham, who journeyed to the New World from England in 1635. Phineas received a land grant in the town of North Malden, now known as Melrose, in 1700. He built the house in 1703 and moved in with his new wife Tamzen.
PhineasUphamHouse.com delves into the history of the house in detail and includes directions for visiting the house and links to find even more information about this property and other historic sites in Massachusetts. The Upham Family Society grants visitation to the Phineas Upham House by appointment.
Visit PhineasUphamHouse.com for additional information.