More rustic than the cottages from the first phase of development in Shoreby Hills, this later house is all gable. Facing the street, the simple entry on the gabled end is combined with porches, eccentrically placed windows, and a natural stone chimney climbing up a shingled exterior, more reminiscent of earlier compositions in Rhode Island by McKim, Mead and White and Irving Gill than of any colonial source.
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Sophie Schaus Cottage
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