The Acorn (No. 264A).
This tiny cottage takes its name from the fact that it stands opposite the mighty Oaks. It was constructed in 1950, according to town records, and is 264 square feet.
¶ Last updated on 23 November 2016.
Polly Burnell wrote on 23 June 2014: The little cottage in the back, called ‘The Acorn,’ used to be the kitchen of the Mount Pleasant. Arnold Dwyer was the first to tell me, and afterwards I heard the same from many old timers. I’m not sure when it was moved and made into a cottage.