An 1874 Shingle Style house designed by architect H.H. Richardson after the Queen Anne designs of Richard Norman Shaw. It is currently being used as a dormitory at Salve Regina University.
The house’s decor is by Stanford White. Including the Library, whose mill work is still fantastic- it is painted peacock green with gold trim and embodies a wide variety of styles- Moroccan, Chinese, English, etc.
The upstairs window seat is lined with beautiful yellow – flowered motif stained glass, creating a beautiful window seat.
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