A sloping site gives this five-bay, central-chimney house two and one-half stories uphill, three and one-half down. Sturdy and plain, it typifies the most prosperous West Greenwich architecture, here magnified by a generous site with rolling fields and fine nineteenth-century shingled barns and outbuildings. It continues to command a fork known locally as Kitt's Corner.
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Kitt Matteson Tavern
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