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Greene House (The Grange)
Set far back from Forge Road on a large, amply treed lot, The Grange, like Forge Farm, is essentially an eighteenth-century farmhouse remodeled in the mid-nineteenth century, in this instance by the granddaughter of the builder, Elihu Greene (brother of Nathanael Greene, above), Emily Greene Waterman, who used this as a summer retreat from her house in Providence.
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