About the Cooper-Frost-Austin House
The Cooper-Frost-Austin House, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a historic American colonial house, renowned for its beautiful architecture and preservation. It’s a Cambridge.com favorite!
Although the house is rarely open for public tours, you can book one during those summer months. Private tours are also available.
The house is the oldest colonial house available for viewing, and visitors of the house can visit its non-profit gift shop, proceeds benefitting teaching more people about colonial America.
History of the Cooper-Frost-Austin House
Samuel Cooper built the house in 1657 using land from his father, Deacon John Cooper. The house is a comfortable colonial wonder, with multiple rooms, a chamber room, and a kitchen.
Map & Directions
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