110 N. Main Street
Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, 03301
The Eagle Hotel is a historic hotel building in Concord, New Hampshire. Built in 1851, it has been a prominent local landmark since then, and a meeting place for state politicians, given its location across the street from the New Hampshire State House.
It is a five-story masonry structure, with a flat roof and party walls shared with its neighbors. On the ground level, the central four bays have rounded arches leading to the main entrance to the hotel area. The outer bays are taken up by retail storefronts. The second through fourth floors have twelve bays of windows, set in rectangular openings with stone sills and lintels. The fifth floor, separated from the lower floors by a stone stringcourse, has doubled windows in each bay, and is crowned by a parapet.
The oldest portions of this large brick building were built in 1851, on the site of the Eagle Coffee House, which had burned down the year before.
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