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Proctor Mansion Inn
36 Common St
Wrentham, MA 02093

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The Sun Chronicle

August 2013
Mansion reborn

Wrentham Patch

Couple Keeps 150-Year-Old Wrentham Mansion In 19th Century

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The Country Gazette / Wicked Local

Proctor Mansion: 150 Years and Counting

With renovations underway, the mansions floor plan and decor are nearly identical to the way it was when Thomas Proctor occupied it 150 years ago, including many original artifacts that have been beautifully restored. (More)

My Fox Boston

Wrentham Zip Trip (Video)

August 6, 2010- FOX25 Morning News Zip Trip to Wrentham, Ma. (Video)

The Country Gazette

Newlywed Wrentham couple first guests in Proctor Mansion

If there is such a thing as fate, then it certainly manifested itself last weekend at the Proctor Mansion Inn, the 1861 landmark facing the town common that this summer has been undergoing revitalization and transformation into an inn. (More)

The Boston Globe

Inn with the Old', By Calvin Hennick Globe Correspondent / September 11, 2008

"When you step into the home it's like stepping back 150 years to the wealth of the Victorian age," he said. "If you stayed at the Proctor Mansion Inn, you would get an idea what it would be like to live in 1861, except the beds will be queen-sized." (More)

The Sun Chronicle

'In Wrentham, cheers over plans for this old house' By Stephen Peterson / Sun Chronicle Staff Sat. March 8, 2008

One of the older and more distinctive homes in town is slated to be restored and turned into a country inn and restaurant that its new owners hope will attract visitors from around the globe. (More)

County Gazette


'Sharon couple restoring Wrentham's Proctor Mansion as Inn' By Heather McCarron / Staff Writer

From the moment Brian and Dawn Fitzgerald first set eyes on the grand Victorian mansion facing the town common, with a tantalizing "For Sale" sign posted in front of its dilapidated, unhinged gate, they began hatching plans.(More)