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Cornelia C. Abbott House (Londonderry)
Londonderry is a superb example of the penchant among Little Compton residents, during the Colonial Revival of the 1920s and 1930s especially, for enlarging plain, shingled eighteenth- and nineteenth-century farmhouses by picturesque shingled accretions in a rambling composition, and embowering the whole in a lavish flower garden.
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