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Masonic Temple

1-5 Church Street
Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, 05401

The Masonic Temple at 1-5 Church Street at Pearl Street in Burlington, Vermont
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The former Masonic Temple at 1-5 Church Street at Pearl Street in Burlington, Vermont was built in 1897-98 to be the state headquarters of the Grand Lodge of Vermont, Free and Accepted Masons.
Today it is part of the Church Street Marketplace and is used exclusively as retail space and offices.

The building features a steep slate pyramid roof intersected in the middle of each side by a gable. The Pearl Street side of the building is notable for the staggered windows which provide light to one of the buildings staircases. Its upper floors were used for meetings of Masonic lodges and appendant orders, while the lower floors were used for retail and office purposes.

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