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Narragansett Hotel (Lake Shore Dining Hall, Samuel D. Mott House)
The oldest building in this complex is the Samuel D. Mott House, a late-eighteenth-century central-chimney dwelling that is one of the oldest two-story buildings on the island. The two-story hotel, with a mansard roof, sunbonnet gables, and a wraparound porch and large dining hall at the rear, is typical of the waterside (here overlooking the Great Salt Pond) hotels of the turn of the century.
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