Gould-Potter House, Greenfield Massachusetts

Date added: January 05, 2010 Categories: Massachusetts House Greek Revival

A finely detailed and constructed, well-preserved large house, representative of the nineteenth century, lived in by three prominent Greenfield families, in turn. Now owned by Radio Station WHAI and used as broadcasting studios and offices.

Original owner was Artemas Gould. Purchased by H. W. Clapp in 1835, by Arthur Potter in 1892. It was purchased by the radio station in August 1954.