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A large house with a double-slope gambrel roof characteristic of houses built here during much of the eighteenth century. Still standing on its original site, it gives some sense of the eighteenth-century street, but its exterior is heavily restored (little in the way of original materials), and the interior has been completely redone.

– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture

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