Built in N.H., rebuilt on a Framingham hill
Home of the week: The central part of this house was built by a family of potters in the 1770s on a hill in New Hampshire. In 1939, the post-and-beam house was dismantled and moved south, where it was reassembled on a hill in North Framingham. “At that point, they had hired an architect who re-created the east and the west wing of the house so that they would be in keeping with the origin structure,” said David Ferrini of N.B. Taylor & Co., the listing agent.