Warren House

This Rhode Island beauty won an award for its meticulous restoration, and was renamed for a former resident who helped found the Preservation Society of Newport County.

Coffin House

The Coffin family lived in this 1678 house for more than three hundred years before donating it to Historic New England. It now serves as a museum and a look into the past.

John Tillinghast House

One of the coolest things about our spring stay in Newport, Rhode Island, was the neighborhood in which we stayed. Full of historical homes, there were also informational signs about several of the properties, which meant we just had to type it in. Here are the deets on the John Tillinghast House. “Built around 1758, […]

John Chapman House

The original owner of this 1770 house made leather breeches for men, and the current owner painted it a similar color to my ginger fur. What’s not to love here?

Jacob Whittemore House

One of eleven witness houses to the April 19, 1775, battles that started the Revolutionary War, the Jacob Whittemore house was built around 1716.

Merriam-Vines House

The Merriam Vines house was among the houses pillaged by the British on April 19, 1775, during the start of the Revolutionary War.


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