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A delightfully articulated and compactly massed Queen Anne house with an identical twin built at exactly the same time (about fifteen miles to the north on Commonwealth Avenue in Attleborough Falls, Massachusetts). The design probably came from the office of Gould & Angell, whose work from the mid-1880s bears strong similarities to this house and included documented commissions in the Town of North Attleborough. This was built for the family of the haberdasher with a store Downtown on Westminster Street, an easy commute on the nearby Broad Street horse car line.

– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

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