Historic Structures

The Oceanside

Brian Ferry March 2012

 

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The Fuller House

Judy Gilliss, March 2012

 

Daniel W. Fuller House purchased a small tract of land on Magnolia Point from the Knowlton family  in 1867. Soon thereafter, the Swampscott native built a home for his family that overlooked what would later become Magnolia Square.

 

The Fuller House, as it became known, overlooked the intersection of five roads, two of which Fuller himself laid across his farmland in hopes of developing the farmland into a small, propserous community. 

 

 

 

 

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