At the corner of Radiker Road and Route 112, on the right, sits a Gothic revival style house, built in 1848. This house and the large, salmon Gothic Revival house across the street were both owned by Chauncey Pease, a famous piano manufacter. The houses were supposedly given to two of his daughters as wedding presents so that they would be “two Pease in a pod.” Pease was one of many rich summer visitors to Worthington and the surrounding hill towns, beginning in the 1930s.
Radiker Road and Route 112
Worthington, MA 01098