Ballou-Weatherhead House

The Ballou-Weatherhead House is an historic house on Tower Hill Road in Cumberland, Rhode Island. The house is one-and-one-half story, center-chimney dwelling built on Cumberland Hill around 1748 and expanded during the Federal period, around 1799, at which point the style was changed to Federal architecture. The house has a broad gable roof, a simple entry in the asymmetrical side-gable façade, a central entry at the gable end, and a side wing. The house contains high-quality joinery and trim, likely executed by one of two house-wrights associated with the property. The house was ... more on Wikipedia

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