Cotting–Smith Assembly House

Located in Salem, Massachusetts and owned by the Peabody Essex Museum the Cotting–Smith Assembly House was built in 1782 and is located at 138 Federal Street in the Federal Street District. Built as a Federalist Clubhouse in which balls, concerts, lectures, and other events might be held. George Washington attended a dance here. The original architect is unknown, but the house was later remodeled by Samuel McIntire for use as a private residence. The house is in the Federal style and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The building can be rented for special events.

Cotting-Smith Assembly House
Cotting-Smith Assembly house at 138 Federal Street
Cotting–Smith Assembly House is located in Massachusetts
Cotting–Smith Assembly House
Cotting–Smith Assembly House is located in the United States
Cotting–Smith Assembly House
Location138 Federal St.,
Salem, Massachusetts
Coordinates42°31′14.7″N 70°54′13.8″W / 42.520750°N 70.903833°W / 42.520750; -70.903833
ArchitectSamuel McIntire (remodel)
Architectural styleFederal
Part ofFederal Street District
NRHP reference No.83000576
Added to NRHP1983

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Salem - 1820

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