61 Market Street, formerly the Damon Block (1982)-This is the third commercial building at that location. The Court House on Town Hill moved to this location in the mid-19th Century by Curtis Damon. It was destroyed by fire in 1894 and replaced by a large elegant Victorian building which burned twice.
25 Market Street, the Nathaniel R. Farley Shoe Factory (1830-56)-One of the oldest commercial buildings still standing on Market Street, it was originally the Nathaniel R. Farley shoe factory. The building was altered in 1856 to its current appearance. In the second half of the 20th Century the building housed Goodhue's Hardware Store,
12 Market Street, the Abraham Wait house (1832)-Constructed in 183, this house is the only surviving early 19th Century brick building on Market Street. Abraham
Wait and his brother operated a shoe store, and over the years the building has been used as a bank, business office, doctors office, and dwelling house.
20 Market Street, the Stacey-Ross house (1734)-In 1733 John Stacey "being incapable of labor " petitioned the town that he may build a house beside the rocky ledge on the lower North Green "for selling cakes and ale for his livelihood." The house was moved to this location 100 years after its construction.