The Hennery, Street facade
The Hennery was designed by the architects Peabody and Stearns in 1883 as a farm building for Vinland.
The Hennery, Rear facade
I have seen it refered to as a shingled fantasy. Salve Regina has restored the structure and is using it.
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VInland, from the Ocean side
Vinland was completed in 1884 for a member of the Lorillard family by the architect’s Peabody and Stearns. It was sold to a member of the Vanderbilt family in 1896 and enlarged by the same architects in 1907.
I have heard this building referred to as a neo-Viking or Viking revival design.
It’s exterior decoration and red color certainly make it unique.
Exterior window frame
Today, it and all of its original out buildings belong to Salve Regina University. The original gate house still proudly displays the name of Vinland.
Vinland name plate
The house’s original interior designs shown below were by Robert Codman, although today the interiors are quite rough in appearence.
I hope that Salve’s administration will renovate and restore the interiors in the future.
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