North Easton, Massachusetts
Unity Church was designed by John Ames Mitchell and constructed in 1875. It is a Gothic Revival building constructed of locally quarried, random ashlar gray-brown and gray granite, with bluestone copings at the gables and an ornate Munson slate roof.
Restoration work was funded in part by an MPPF grant from the Massachusetts Historical Commission. The first two phases of the project, which included restoration of the steeple and roof, were completed in 2008.
Materials: Finishes, Metal, Stone
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