I also share an old photo from the header you see above and supersize it for you. This one is next door to a home I posted earlier this week, link (yes, I already knew it was the house since it’s written on the postcard.) I used 2016 street views to show what it looks like now.
The Gafney House is now an assisted living facility and has been since 1904, link. From an 1914 article, “Farther up the street and on the opposite side is the Gaffney Home for the Aged, an elegant brick house and stable built at the cost of about fifty thousand dollars for a residence by the late Judge Charles B. Gaffney of the law firm of Worchester, Gaffney and Snow. He with his invalid wife, lived here but a short time when he died; and his wife passing away soon after, this handsome estate according to his will, was left in the hands of trustees for public use.”