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This low wide, imaginative Colonial Revival house by Stone, Carpenter & Willson is unique in their work. It exploits compact massing and interesting juxtapositions of solid and void, as do some of their Shingle Style houses of the late 1880s, but combines it here with strictly Colonial Revival detail. After the Calder-Robertson House (50 Stimson Avenue), this is one of the more inventive and unusual Colonial Revival essays in the city.

– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

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