The Charles Winship House is a memorable house at 13 Mansion Road in Wakefield, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story house for which the street is named was worked in the vicinity of 1901 and 1906 for Charles Winship, proprietor alongside Elizabeth Boit of the Hard Knitting Mills, noteworthy business nearness in Wakefield from the 1880s to the 1940s.
It is the town's most intricate Colonial Revival building, highlighting a flared hip rooftop with a balustrade to finish everything, and a two-story colonnade in front with composite capitals on fluted sections. The house was recorded on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Because of the 2008 insolvency and flight of Theresa Whitaker, the house's last occupant and proprietor, and ensuing dispossession of the property in 2010, it right now sits relinquished in a direct condition of dilapidation.