This shingled half house (which may once have been clapboarded) is a typical Rhode Island form, but one now rare in Little Compton. The Greek Revival entrance enframement is obviously a later addition. Blanche Frenning's stepped-back wing is a typical alteration by this Little Compton designer.
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Malachi Grinnell House
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