Gallivan House Roof Preservation

(Town Council Order 12-033)

The Gallivan House is a 2½ story wood frame center-entrance brick colonial revival style structure designed by the Fallon Brothers of Quincy, constructed in 1931 as a wedding gift for Dr. Gallivan’s wife and included the physician’s office. It represents a local historical and architectural resource of considerable importance to the Town and has been deemed historically significant by the Braintree Historic Commission. Purchased by the Braintree Historical Society and located on their “campus,” it is the intention of the Society to renovate and rehabilitate the building as a museum.

Front of Gallivan House